Huntingdon March 10-13, 2005 . . .

A cat with his hats.
We had a view of the old Smithfield reformatory from the motel parking lot.
No breakouts while we were there.
Beverly and Gene examining Pulpit Rocks on Alexandria Pike.
Pulpit Rocks. Pillar of sandstone of the Ridgeley Formation, an erosional remnant whose layers were deposited in an ancient sea nearly 390 million years ago. These rocks were visited by geologists of the first geological survey of Pennsylvania during 1836.
Stained Glass Shopping.

Great Horned Owl and Golden Eagle.
At Shaver's Creek Environmental Center.
A zillion Black Vultures and Canada Geese in the field across Route 22 from the motel.
The Huntingdon County Court House.

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