It was by chance that I stumbled on this place, well sort of. We had visited the nearby and quaint Rittenhousetown about two and a half before with our child in tow. I remember seeing the trailhead and saying to myself "I'll be back someday to ride or walk that thing". And as it turned out, I did and so should everyone in the Philly area. It is wonderland in the woods and an amateur hiker's practice spot. And if you are hungry, the posh yet affordable Valley Green Inn is nestled about halfway down the trail. On the weekends, they sell ice cream, soda, and snacks out the back for the weary traveller. Take a ride up Lincoln Drive and enjoy.
Sunday, July 19, 2015
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Thursday, April 09, 2015
Monday, March 09, 2015
Saturday, March 07, 2015
To commemorate the granting of the charter from King Charles II to William Penn in March 1681, which gave Penn the land that would become Pennsylvania, each year the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission holds an annual Charter Day.
To learn more and a list of museum that will be free, Sunday, March 8, 2105, I found this great article that explains what is Charter Day and why are some museums free.
Thursday, March 05, 2015
A Starr restaurant, The Dandelion hosted a Tea Party, February 21st from 3pm to 5pm. There were delicious finger sandwiches, sweet treats, cocktails, free giveaways and of course tea. Despite the snow that day, it was a big turnout.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
When: 11/23/14 – 7:30 PM/Door 8:00 PM/Show
Where: World Café Live • 3025 Walnut Street • Philadelphia, PA 19104 • 215-222-1400
Tickets: $8, Purchase with the following link