Thursday, July 12, 2012

Bike Ride anyone?



                                             If you live in S.Central Pa. and are looking for a place to ride your bike, this
is the the place to go. This historic site is now the Heritage  Rail Trail County Park of York Pa. and it goes on for 21 miles. It connects the historic district of downtown York Pa. with Maryland's northern central rail trail while traveling through 11different municipalities. A very interesting day trip for the entire family
                                             Unique sculptures sit along the trail
                                                     
                                                           to see more rural shots go  here                               

11 comments:

Anne Payne said...

Cool! Looks like a lot of fun riding around town. Love the unique art!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I like the horse sculpture!

Nancy Claeys said...

Sounds like alot of fun! First, I need to get a bike! :)

Thank you for sharing at Rural Thursdays this week. xo

Jeanne said...

oh I wish I lived close enough to come bike this trail! Looks awesome

joanne said...

Nice photos, and interesting info....love the unusual sculptures...

Mary said...

Yard art and all, very pretty place to photograph.

Hanne Bente said...

Great pictures you show. Thank you for visiting my blog. Wishing you a good weekend :)

Roan said...

Love those sculptures and that red building sure stands out. Would love to go for a walk there, maybe next trip to PA.

Pam :) said...

You captured the beauty of country living at its finest.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Oh my gosh....would I EVER LOVE to go on this trail. Color me green with envy.

You mentioned that your hubby had to 'jump start the car' for your first born, was it because of wintry weather?

42N said...

You're lucky. While we in the Midwest have some historical signs, people living in the eastern states have quite the quantity of historical markers. They help make history come alive and hopefully inspire people to investigate more or to appreciate the message.