Bob is on vacation. He took two days off work, yesterday and today. I planned yesterday’s activities; Bob is in charge of today’s activities. As one would expect, yesterday was filled with photographic opportunities. I am sharing the fruit of those photographic opportunities with you throughout this week.
We departed home (Warren, PA) around 9:00 am. We didn’t return home until 9 hours later! We drove through several western Pennsylvania counties. Our first stop was in Clarion, PA. Today’s blog post showcases photographs taken while at Brady’s Bend Overlook and East Brady.
It was a short drive, 31 miles, from Clarion to Brady’s Bend Overlook.
Continuing on Route 68, East Brady is 1 mile east of Brady’s Bend Overlook. Upon reaching East Brady and crossing over the Allegheny River, we turned right onto Seybertown Road. You can see Seybertown Road, on the other side of the Allegheny River, in the photograph shown above. Neither Bob nor I had never been on that road. The remaining photographs in this blog post were taken along Seybertown Road.
Continuing upstream, our next stop was in Parker–the subject of my next blog post.