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August 8, 2013

Introducing My New Travel Blog:

When I got back from my travels through Asia, I was a bit depressed. Going back to a regular life was quite challenging for me after spending so much time traveling through the world.

That’s when I decided that I needed to start discovering my new home state of Pennsylvania.

Located in the middle of the United States’ East Coast, Pennsylvania is a large and diverse state. From big cities culture to farmers who still live their lives much as they did 200 years ago, there is a lot to see in PA.

To go along with my travels, I started a new blog: The goal of UncoveringPA is to help people traveling around Pennsylvania discover something that will make their vacation unique and exciting.

While the site doesn’t have much content on it yet, I’m looking forward to really ramping up my travels around PA and making one of the most complete sources of information about Pennsylvania.

If you live in Pennsylvania, want to travel to the state, or know someone does, I hope that you’ll discover to be a fantastic resource.

If you haven’t already, take a minute to watch the video introduction at the top of this page, and then head over to and check it out for yourself. I look forward to connecting with you over there as well.

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  1. Sounds like a great idea.

    I visit the US quite often and I must admit that PA stands out for me as the most beautiful State I’ve seen. Such a large State with a range of agriculture and green land as well as the big cities like Philly and Pittsburgh.

    I look forward to following your new site.

    Will you be feeding into Triberr too?

    • Pennsylvania is definitely a beautiful state! I don’t have plans to feed it into Triberr. I’d love the publicity of it, but since the site is in such a small niche, I want to keep the Twitter feed more about Pennsylvania and not about things all over the world. And, of course, I don’t want to be one of those people who puts their feed in Triberr and then doesn’t share.

      Thanks for the comment. I hope you’ll follow along with the site anyway.

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