Monday, October 11, 2010

Gap Clock Tower, Lancaster PA.

While we were in Lancaster County Pennsylvania last week with Pat & Dale we were driving around looking for covered bridges and stone barns and we ran across this great clock tower sitting right there in the middle of the town of Gap! The journaling reads that it was built in 1892 in Lancaster County. It supposedly overlooks the Gap where William Penn entered Conestoga in 1701, now Lancaster County, PA. It is quite beautiful! Thanks for Looking!

2 comments:

Pat said...

I really like this!!! Love that you added the clock face & that paper.

Bashaddix said...

Great layout - simple with just enough embellishments. Looks like you saw lots of cool things when you went on your trip to Pennsylvania last week!

Love, Becky