The Indian Echo Caverns are located in Hummelstown, PA which is about a 20 minute drive outside of Harrisburg. The caverns were used by Native Americans, and then later by early American settlers as shelter before it was bought and turned into a tourist attraction in the early 1900′s. ~~ Looks like a really cool place. Love the pool of water in here.
Fossils can be collected within Swatara State Park along Old State Road/Bear Hole Trail. From Rt. 443 in Suedberg, take Swopes Valley Road over Swatara Creek. Park at the Trailhead. On the gravel road walk 1/2 mile toward Lebanon. The pit is on your left. Piles have been picked through, but you may find brachiopods and a few Trilobite pieces. A second fossil bed along I-81 where Late Ordovician trilobites and starfish Protasterina were buried was closed for safety reasons by PennDOT.
The Bordner Cabin YouTube Channel consists of interviews with Armar Bordner; Linda, his daughter; and others who knew Armar who grew up in the Brock mansion in what is now Coleman Park; got his Master's at Penn State; taught shop at Lebanon and Northern Lebanon HS; married Olive "Peg" who worked as a secretary at the Steel Foundry....
Are you planning on making a day or weekend trip in Pennsylvania? Well here are the top places that you should visit, if you haven't already! There's plenty of places to choose from that span across the state of PA. Pack your bags, buckle up, and get ready to hang on!
The Waitomo Caves are located just outside the Waitomo Township (New Zealand). It is a famous attraction because of the glowworms, native bioluminescent creatures that live in the caves and produce a blue-green light that decorates the ceiling with a twinkling glow which reminds of faraway galaxies.
Geographic Center of the U.S., Lebanon, Kansas Apparently, Toto, we are in Kansas. That is, if you are searching for the geographic center of the continental United States, which was calculated to be just outside this northern Kansan town, located off U.S. Highway 281.