Lifelong resident of Nor'eastern PA - so far.
Google and Bing are our friends. Sometimes.
Karl Marx was my first guess.
Festus? That’s after Chester Goode changed his name to Sam McCloud and moved to New York.
If that’s where he’s placing it, that squirrel will have no trouble jumping to it.
A local yard here pays $50 for a junker if they have to tow it in, and $100 if you drive it in.
Is that Billy Bob Thornton, the Astronaut Farmer?
He: “If I was 20 years younger…”
She: “I wouldn’t have been born yet.”
That’s right! Our town, with a population of about 60,000 at the time, had a tremendous public library that resembled a Byzantine church, with an enormous stained glass window in front. There were 3 floors of bookshelves, several smaller “reading rooms”, and a small local museum in a separate building. I do miss that wonderful, pungent smell of books.My Kindle doesn’t smell anything like that. :)
Same here in PA. In fact, there was no school on opening day.
This brings to mind that famous Ounce-Ball, Helena Bonham Carter.