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While deadheading the 1200 plus miles to New York we picked up Interstate 70 through Ohio and into Pennsylvania. Not far into Pennsylvania the highway was totally blocked with idling cars and trucks. We don’t know if it was due to road construction or an accident. The The time pressure we were already under was dramatically increased when we reached the road block.
At my urging, and having my trusty Google Maps App on my phone, Joe took an exit that would get us clear of the blockage and on our way once again.
We eventually found ourselves in Cambridge, Pennsylvania. An old town with streets lined with beautiful and charming red brick buildings.
Leaving Cambridge and continuing on the state route, I don’t remember now what it was, we found ourselves in a densely populated rural area with picturesque homes. Nothing fancy, mind you, but homes with character.
Take a look at these homes right at the roads edge and canted to see us coming.
The tiny house tucked into the bigger houses was so darn cute I just had to take that picture. Looks like they are all saying “Hello” to us 😃.
Take a fresh look at your neighborhood as you drive through to and from work or to your shops and stores. What do you see that puts a smile on your face?