Glen Rock Carolers Memorial

Glen Rock Carolers Memorial 59 Water Street Glen Rock, Pennsylvania When I recently visited the fabulous Ruins Park, I also discovered the bronze sculpture of the original Glen Rock Carolers. What a great tribute to a tradition that dates back to 1848! Every Christmas Eve at midnight the members of The Glen Rock Carolers Associated begin their seven mile stroll singing traditional songs and handing out peanuts...

The Mt Wolf Theatre

The Mt Wolf Theatre 98 South 6th Street Mount Wolf, Pennsylvania I took these photos in 2012, but they were part of a trove that were lost in a hard-drive crash until I was recently able to recover a viable back-up. The Mt Wolf is the only theater that I’ve visited in Streamline Moderne style. I have several more on my to-do list but I doubt that I will find any that others that are in such pristine shape! According...

Resurrected Ghost Sign

Seigman & Wherley’s Sign Glen Rock Mill Inn 50 Water Street Glen Rock, Pennsylvania I am not alone in my affection for “ghost signs”, particularly among travel bloggers. The remnants of faded hand-painted advertising (for often extinct businesses and products) are a charming reminder of the past. While I love when ghost signs are protected and preserved, I’m not generally a big...

Ruins Park

Ruins Park 30 Enterprise Street Glen Rock, Pennsylvania Your opinion of this “wonder” may depend onĀ  your personal esthetic. This is definitely my favorite find during 2017 and possibly my favorite in years! I was driving home from a meeting in Baltimore last week and I still had a few hours of daylight. I normally would have chosen a few things from my to-do list that are in Baltimore but it was...

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