Leonard Harrison State Park, PA






(sign says): "NESSMUK - The pen name of poet, woods, man, outdoor writer and pioneer conservationist George Washington Sears (1821-1890) a resident of Wellsboro, Pa. From near this spot he wrote the first prose and verse descriptions of the Pine Creek Gorge."

Leonard Harrison State Park, "Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania", Wellsboro, PA. 16901, (570)724-3061, I must say I don't understand why it is called the Grand Canyon of PA? it is a gorgeous area, please don't get me wrong, but it looks nothing like the Grand Canyon. Just Sayin' ??! I am always wondering how folks come up with names for parks, businesses and other places ...we really need to work on that, be more descriptive and to the point. Like we have noticed a lot of just for an example, you have a hotel that is called "Water Lake Views" but it is no even close to a water view or location? It really makes no sense. Mean what you name says please? ( ;

have a great day. i appreciate your comments. see ya again real soon. Beth ( ;  

Comments

Ruth Hiebert said…
Beautiful place, but no, not anything like the Grand Canyon.
William Kendall said…
That canyon is a beauty.
Linda said…
Nessmuk is an unusual choice for a name.
Missy George said…
I have been there. It's beautiful. It's a pretty Canyon, grand or not! I hope you're having a good day.
Sandi said…
a breath of fresh air...

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