a study of Philadelphia's built environment and landforms
February 24, 2009 § 5 Comments
[RALPH, LEBANON STATION, KEEPING WATCH OVER THE PINELANDS]
[APPLE PIE HILL AND STATION]
[MAP OF TOWERS FOR TRIANGULATING FIRES]
[THE CONSTANT GAZE]
You, sir, are a treasure, a treasure(!), to the blogging world. Good show!
The Pine Barrens? Have you read John McPhee’s book of the same name?
Been in just about every tower out there. The pines are my beat.
*I’ve* read the McPhee book. On this same trip we drove through Chatsworth again.
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