Pennsylvania contains an empty heart that goes by the name of Quehanna. Today, its extent is delineated by the range of elk.
I was, in a sense, one of a kind—probably the first and possibly the last to ply this mountaintop for fungal currency. I was exploiting a natural tragedy: the death of a hemlock forest through the devices of the tiny hemlock wooly adelgid.
Get back to nature with the newest development on the River Access Trail.