|We learned that all modern Pennsylvanians live in tiny houses -|
certainly no home for a Sasquatch!
|Hank showed me that despite the placement of defensive artillery across the landscape|
by local Pennsylvanians in recent weeks,
Tenkara Sasquatch had indeed peed right here, like 10 minutes ago.
|We were pretty surprised that the Amish were not trying|
to rollerblade down this dirt path, which I believe passes for a "state highway"
in Pennsylvania. The length of the on-ramp (non-existent) is certainly identical.
|This house was much bigger, and we were pretty sure that either|
the Governor of PA, or Tenkara Sasquatch lived here.
|Hank asked the seasonal park employee where he might find|
a display on Tenkara Sasquatch, but this is where she sent us instead.
Dude, not even close.
Finally, our hunt for Tenkara Sasquatch met its logical conclusion
With such truly meager provisions finally secured, we slept soundly, knowing that Tenkara Sasquatch continues to wander the
Note: we really do enjoy PA and we get up there about a half-dozen times per year. I do not hate Pennsylvania, nor do I think you all live in tiny houses and trust me, I do not think that there is anything "meager" about Capriotti's. Philadelphia is a beautiful city and I know that you are all not Amish, just most of you. But seriously, your on ramps are horrible. They are five feet long. What's the use of that?