Central Pennsylvania in early September is at the mercy of the weather as is much of the Eastern half of the United States. Rain was the order of the day.
A scenic drive to the Pennsylvania Wilds to see the Elk herd called for umbrellas.
Yet through the drops of rain the beauty of the wilds emerged.
A stop at a road side stand for apples was a delight not only for the sweet scent of ripening fruit
but for the unique features found around the shop.
The day ended with a stop at the Benezette Hotel and Restaurant, a local bar and eatery.
A glass of local wine, beer in Mason jars and comfort food was an interesting end to an interesting day!
ENJOY . . .