Last week's "trivia" was one of those not trivial questions wherein we asked you to share a memory of your favorite times in a state park in honor of #ILoveMyStateParksWeek. Phyllis loved lunch with mom at the new pavilion at Prince Gallitzin; Carol is new to PA so it's all a wonder (including the new visitors center at Hickory Run), Somerset County Carol loves the high point of PA in the Forbes State Forest. Diane remember catching a little fish caught at Nockamixon only to have it stolen from her by an osprey! Then there's John, who canoed the Clarion at Cook Forest with his then-pregnant wife where they "crashed into shore." He got wet. She did not. Chivalry in the outdoors.
Thank you all for sharing your memories. We are so very lucky, aren't we?
May's full moon takes place just after midnight on Monday but Sunday night offers a lunar eclipse visible to us here on the East Coast beginning around 10:30 pm. We are ready although the forecast right now is discouraging. Hope springs eternal!
In honor of the moon's show, our trivia question comes today from Reader Ray who asked me whether it was in Fridays that he read about Moon Trees. It wasn't. But I am grateful for the tip. A rare species, how many Moon Trees do we have in Pennsylvania?
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