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Snapchat Story Series – Pennsylvania Farm Show 2017

One of the main events that happens in Harrisburg is the Pennsylvania Farm Show which is the “largest indoor agriculture exposition in the nation.” It comes to the Harrisburg Farm Show Complex every January for a week. This year, I was lucky enough to be there to attend it for the 2nd time in my life! I really loved it last time so I was excited to be going again (you’ll see why). We went on Saturday night but I didn’t have enough time to edit my photos and show you all its glory today. So for now, I just want to leave my Snapchat story here for you to watch. 😀 Actual pictures coming soon! (Does anyone else not like listening to their own voice?) Featured in this video: 1. Dip sampling 2. Flap jack sampling 3. Holland biscuit sampling 4.Butter sculpture 4. Bees, Sheep, Cows, Bulls, Ducks and more 5. A lot…

Susquehanna River – Harrisburg, PA

If you randomly find yourself in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, don’t panic! It may seem like a place with not much happening but you will be surprised once you decide to give it a chance. I go here a lot because my sister lives here. And if I’m honest, staying here for more than a weekend sometimes could have felt like torture if it wasn’t for my awesome family and friends. However, I did eventually learn to appreciate it. There are some hidden gems to be discovered and I try to find new ones whenever I go. I will start off with the Susquehanna River (I guess this one’s not that hidden). I remember several years ago before my sister moved there, I went to visit friends. They asked what I wanted to do and in response I immediately asked “Where is that place with those cool steps by some body of water?” I remembered seeing pictures of it on someone’s Facebook…

A Road Trip – LA to Chicago Day 3: Broken Arrow, OK & Springfield, MO

The drive in Oklahoma and into Missouri was nice because we saw a lot of ranches and stopped near cows and horses to take some pictures.We didn’t spend much time in Broken Arrow except have Thanksgiving at my friend’s uncle’s house. Since this was during Thanksgiving break, there was no way I was missing out on a good turkey meal! The most memorable part of that night was the pecan pie and the bed in which I slept. Oklahoma knows how to make pecan pies and beds! Apparently they also have a huge corn festival every summer which is on my list of things to do; I love corn. So, Oklahoma, I will be back for you! We made a spontaneous stop at the salt mines in Missouri. They were called Fantastic Caverns and conveniently on our route. I think what made our visit to this place more exciting was…

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