Here are but a few of the pics taken:
Above: Civil War Marker in Swoyersville/Luzerne area.
Below: One of the many remnants of the anthracite coal mining industry in the Wyoming Valley. I guesstimate the pile of mining refuse in Swoyersville to be between 125' and 150' high.
Below: A large oak tree was uprooted on River Street in Wilkes-Barre by a lady named Irene.
This building is almost directly across from the Millennium Circle.
Below: Some of the many folks who want to keep the Hotel Sterling from being made into a parking lot just like the historic Old Fell House was just a few city blocks away. I ordered six T-shirts to help spread the word.
Yes...this place does matter. If you want to help, stop by during the times listed below and support the folks who refuse to go quietly into the night and allow another bit of local history and our heritage to be destroyed by a wrecking ball and continued poor decision-making by northeastern PA's elected leaders.
Order a t-shirt...honk your horn...spread the word.
Today's the day we start putting the basement back together.