Did you guys know that Pennsylvania is super hilly? Well, we did not. I remember driving to the Warwick Hills campground in Warwick, Pennsylvania, that was located just 45 minutes outside of Philadelphia, and being surprised by the winding roads and huge hills that turned into rolling hills when we were almost to Warwick.
Funnily enough (well, at least I thought it was funny- Tyler did not), I somehow selected a setting in our phone’s GPS/navigation to avoid highways so you could say that we took the backroads to our campground. I thought it was nice, however, since we got to see what felt like thousands of horses, which led me to look up that Pennsylvania has more horses than people in its state- isn’t that interesting?
Anyway, we got to our pretty empty campground (since the off-season had just begun) and to our surprise, it had a terrifically strong wifi connection. YAY! It even allowed us to stream episodes of Selfridges that my friend Chris got us started us on when he sent us the first season.
Back to Pennsylvania- right when we crossed the state border, the architecture, particularly in the country, turned Dutch real quick. That’s the beauty of an epic road-trip such as this, by visiting all states, you begin to pick up on the differences and subtleties, while also noticing consistencies.