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Monday, October 10, 2011

Zeleinople Fall Festival ~ Antique Store ~ Log Cabin Inn


The above photo and several below were taken in Zeleinope, 29 miles north on Rt. 19 from Pittsburgh on Saturday. I went to visit my sister in Pittsburgh and we took a ride out of the city and came upon the festival, so, of course, we had to stop and have a look around ! A nice little town with lots of historic buildings and homes.

The Independent Mountain Men of Pennsylvania, based in Emlenton, PA , right off I -80 were having a historic encampment there as you can see by several of these photos.
http://www.immofpa.com/imm.htm

If you remember the movie , Last of the Mohicans, with Daniel Day Lewis.. the man on the right hand side dressed in brown next to the sign on the photo above looks just like him. He is a professor.



A cooper ( bucket maker ) shown here.


I don't think there were many vegans ( vegetarians ) back in the day...



Shown below is an antique store in Wexford, outside of Pittsburgh on Rt. 19. A very nice antique store with something for everyone. It was once a general store.
Click the link to see some of the history of this store.
http://www.wexfordgeneralstore.com/History.html



Below is one of the many log homes in Harmony , PA. located close to Zeleinople. A very quaint little village started in 1804 and full of history.




Also still standing is a grist mill in Harmony.

My sister and I ate here at the Log Cabin Inn, outside of Harmony on Rt. 19. Very good food and a great atmosphere..

You may also see Sasquatch ( Big Foot ) in the woods at the restaurant.

Click photos to enlarge.

It was a warm wonderful weekend spent with my sister !

This is the sixth day in a row now that we have had fabulous weather. The trees are in their glory with vibrant colors especially when the sun is shining on them.

Hugs,
Linda

4 comments:

  1. Looks like you had a wonderful day and my kind of place to visit. TFS your photos with us.

    Blessings,
    Sheila

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  2. Looks like you two had a wonderful day! Love the Bigfoot in the woods!

    Carmen and the Primcats

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  3. Looks like you had a perfect day and a good time.

    Felicia

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  4. What a glorious way to spend a glorious fall weekend! That festival looks fun - and those wonderful old buildings - love each and every one! Six days of glorious weather??? Are you including that day you woke up to snow in that count?? ;o) Have a wonderful week ahead! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

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Thank you so much for stopping by. I appreciate your visit ! Blessings, Linda