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Re: taylor in taylorsville bucks county
Posted by: Jeff Date: July 10, 2000 at 10:24:46
In Reply to: Re: taylor in taylorsville bucks county by mhill of 2288

Hi,
You go up through the middle of the state instead of the eastern edge. I sort of thought that you might be coming up 95 and then up the Blue Route to the Northeast Extension of the Turnpike.

If you went up that way, you could sneak over to Doylestown and put in a day over there and still get up into the hills by dark.

The Spruance Library is worth the visit. It really is a must visit place for anybody doing research in Bucks County. Doylestown is the county seat, so there is no shortage of lodging in the area.

It's just something to consider.

Respectfully,
Jeff


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