The 10 Best Places To Live In Pennsylvania For 2018
The 10 Best Places To Live In Pennsylvania For 2018.
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Pennsylvania, a northeastern U.S. state and one of the 13 original colonies, has a diverse terrain, which includes wide stretches of farmland, national forests and mountains. Philadelphia, the Keystone State’s largest city, displays its rich history in Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, an enduring symbol of American freedom.
Pennsylvania is downright beautiful. It is home to some of the country’s richest history, incredible culture and, yes, a picturesque scenery.
The Appalachian Mountains sit here, and the state has more than 120 state parks, with over 100 miles of coastline, and a varied selection of great towns and cities,
each with its own character.
Mountain climbers will love this state, so will surfers, skydivers and skiers even, depending on where you are in the state.
Little wonder the Keystone State is widely considered one of the best states to retire.
The natural allure aside, this is a notion mostly driven by other key factors for anyone interested in the hard data:
economic vibrancy (this is the sixth largest state economy), good health care, school districts that are a cut above the other states, affordability, low rate of homelessness and a high quality of life.
Here then, are the 10 best places to live in Pennsylvania to help inform your decision better.
3. Penn Wynne.
4. State College.
5. Mount Lebanon.
6. Radnor Township.
7. Bethel Park.
8. West Chester.
10. Philadelphia Main Line .
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Things To Do At Sturgis Motorcycle Rally 2018
Hey you guys! Thanks for joining me on another adventure. I am still in/near Sturgis, South Dakota this week. There are so many things to do in this area. We rode the motorcycle around Custer State Park, which is quite lovely. On the Wildlife Loop in the park, we watched some buffalo butt heads and some baby buffalo play. It definitely got our hearts racing to have so many buffalo that close by when we were just on the motorcycle! We got a camping cabin for only $45 a night at Custer Crazy Horse Campground in Custer, South Dakota. It's a really nice campground not too close to (and not too far from) the chaos of Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Haha. The campground referred us to Baker's Bakery & Cafe for breakfast, and we could see why! It was absolutely delectable! I got the smothered breakfast burrito, which had been featured in a Rachael Ray magazine--I can totally see why. April got the caramel sticky roll, which was just about perfection--not even too sweet. (We had breakfast there twice; it was that fantastic.) We went to Jewel Cave National Monument, which we discovered is the third largest cave in the world right now. It was an awesome experience to journey through the cave! Our ranger was full of interesting facts, and spunk. ;-) We actually had to go the second morning, because the afternoon we first went, they had sold out of tickets for the cave tours. Keep that in mind if you are wanting to go. We rode the bike to Keystone, South Dakota (another beautiful drive) and walked its old western-ish streets, taking in the sights and sounds and smells. One cool place we stumbled upon was Dahl's Chainsaw Art; his work is incredible! It was a fairly hot (and more humid than SLC) day, so we headed to the Hippie Hole. We had no idea what we were getting ourselves into, so it was quite the journey! While a very pretty drive, we had to do several miles on dirt roads with ruts & rocks. Then we didn't realize the hike to Hippie Hole was such a sheer descent, hopping boulders and dodging poison oak and crossing side sections of the river. We haven't sweated that much since our days living in Florida! April was especially challenged, as she deals with vertigo when it comes to heights. She said it was the hardest hike she has ever done. Once we finally it to the Hole, we took in the amazing scenery and chatted with others there. I made my way over to the jumping spot while April stayed behind to film. After watching some of the young guys take the plunge, and one girl slip off the waterfall (scary!), I went for it and JUMPED!! Holy cow, that was such a rush! Climbing the rope back up proved to be a bit challenging, but I managed. As clouds started to roll in, we figured we better high-tail it out of there. I was impressed with how swiftly April scurried up the mountainside. We dashed out of there as fast as we could on a dirt road on my Yahama adventure bike--I mean Cruiser. Haha. We stopped at Mount Rushmore on the way back to the campground because it looked like the heavens were about to open up and pour buckets. We enjoyed our visit there, and it never did rain. (Do note that you can't use your National Parks Pass at Mount Rushmore; it's free, but you have to pay for parking.) What an absolutely amazing time we had taking advantage of the things to do near Sturgis, South Dakota!!
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Here is the information Required to get your Endorsement
Drivers must pass a knowledge test to receive
their recreational double endorsement. The
information in this pamphlet will help you prepare
for the knowledge test.
A recreational double is a pickup truck pulling a
fifth-wheel trailer, designed for recreational living
purposes, with a second trailer attached to the rear
of the fifth-wheel trailer. The pickup truck must
have a towing rating equal to, or greater than, the
weight being towed.
To operate a recreational double, drivers must
have an “R” endorsement on their license. Anyone
age 18 or older may apply for the endorsement at
a Secretary of State office. Applicants must pass a
test designed to sample the knowledge needed to
operate vehicle combinations of this type. There is
a $10 fee for the endorsement. A skills test is not
required. (You do have to renew your license so it cost me $19)
The total length of the three units—pickup
truck, fifth-wheel trailer and second trailer— when
coupled together, must not exceed 75 feet. The
gross weight of the second trailer cannot exceed
the empty weight of the pickup truck or the empty
weight of the fifth-wheel trailer.
The hitch used to tow the second trailer must
be attached to the frame of the fifth-wheel trailer.
Safety chains for the second trailer must be securely
attached at the extreme outer edge of the fifth-wheel
trailer with a locking mechanism. A trailer cannot
drift more than three inches to either side of the
path of the towing vehicle when the combination
is being drawn in a straight line on a level, smooth,
Getting Ready for a Trip
Before hooking up the fifth-wheel trailer, take
time to check tires, brakes, battery, lights, engine
belts, hoses and other equipment on the pickup
After the trailer is hooked up, check to see that
the fifth-wheel locking jaws have closed around
the shank of the trailer kingpin. Make sure the
trailer’s electric brakes are hooked up and working
Be sure the load on the trailer is properly
distributed. As a general rule, 60 percent of the
load should be toward the front of the trailer and
40 percent toward the rear. Too much weight in the
rear can cause the trailer to sway.
On the Highway
On the highway, be cautious. Because a
recreational double is so large, extra effort is needed
to manage the space around the vehicle. Allow
additional following distance between you and the
vehicle ahead. Look ahead 12 to 15 seconds’ worth
of travel time. To estimate this distance, choose a
fixed object near the road ahead and begin counting,
“one thousand one, one thousand two...” Doing so
will give you time to slow down gradually. Sudden
stops in a recreational double are very difficult
and dangerous. Under ideal conditions, it can
take almost four times as much distance to stop at
40 mph as it does at 20 mph.
Manage the space beside your vehicle by staying
in the center of your traffic lane. Whenever possible,
avoid driving next to other vehicles. Other drivers
may not realize that you need additional space and
may suddenly change lanes or drive too close. Be
sure you have room to safely enter the flow of traffic
or cross a roadway. A recreational double requires
much more space than a car or pickup truck.
To keep track of vehicles behind you, check your
mirrors often. Always turn your head to check for
vehicles in your “blind spots.”
Use extra care when approaching a curve. Taking
a curve too fast can cause tires to lose traction,
resulting in a dangerous skid. To maintain the
best control on a curve, you should slow to a safe
speed before entering the curve and then accelerate
slightly through it.
Turning corners with a recreational double—
especially to the right — can be a challenge.
However, a little practice and forethought can
make the job easier and safer. When a vehicle
goes around a corner, the rear wheels follow a
different path than the front wheels. This is called
“off-tracking.” The rear wheels of the pickup truck
will off-track slightly. The rear wheels of the fifthwheel
trailer will off-track even more and the rear
wheels of the second trailer will off-track the most.
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