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re ·cy ·cled [ree-sahy-kuhld] verb – to alter or adapt for new use without changing the essential form or nature of Philadelphia has so much to offer as a muse for community planning. If you can make your way to an Amtrak station, I encourage you to take the train to Philly and meander, […]
lay ·ered ËˆlÄ-É’rd’ noun ~ a depth or level of meaning Odds are we have all watched some type of travel food experience show and have a favorite foodie or food. Maybe it’s Anthony Bourdain, Rachel Ray (on a $40 budget), Man vs. Food, or anything bizarre Andrew Zimmern has eaten. Personally, I […]
fu ·sion /ËˆfyoÍžoZHÉ’n/ noun the process or result of joining two or more things together to form a single entity On any given day, you’ll find a variety of folks in Tioga County. Site seers and outdoor enthusiasts come for the many parks and lakes as well as the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon and the Pine […]
con ·sol ·i ·date /kÉ’nËˆsÃ¤lÉ’ËŒdÄt/ verb ~ make something physically stronger or more solid; combine into a single more effective or coherent whole One-stop-shopping has become a theme for many big box retailers. But consolidation can take many forms. Emerging from farm land, at the intersection of routes 322 and 10 in Chester County, you’ll find […]
prom ·i ·nence ËˆprÃ¤-mÉ’-nÉ’n(t)s noun ”“ in hiking, the quality of rising above or projecting beyond one’s neighbors When you have big neighbors (in this specific case, like Mechanicsburg and Carlisle), standing out as a destination community can be difficult. After all, those towns have major highways and the traffic they carry nearby to support […]