Pennsylvania Livin?

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by WeatherReport74, Jan 9, 2005.

  1. anybody in here from PA? message me! i love meeting new people. especally ones from my state!, message me even if your not from PA!

    peace and patchouli
     
  2. 1OldHippy

    1OldHippy Member

    I,m living large in the northwestern part of Pa., and loving it!!!!!
     
  3. TheSkaEffect

    TheSkaEffect Member

    I'm in northwestern P.A myself.
     
  4. Hikaru Zero

    Hikaru Zero Sylvan Paladin

    Well I'm from the Lehigh Valley (Allentown area, an hour north of Philly), but I'm at college in New York at the moment. =P
     
  5. gelflingwings

    gelflingwings Member

    I live in western pa
     
  6. Earthy Mama

    Earthy Mama Feel my wrath... ;)

    Hi! Orginally from Quakertown, PA here.
     
  7. smilez

    smilez Member

    I'm from Allentown, PA! :)
     
  8. CosmicKatie

    CosmicKatie Member

    I'm originally from southeastern PA near Philly! Coatesville, to be exact.
     
  9. thisismike

    thisismike Overlooked/Uninvited

    Elizabethtown here..
     
  10. Sus

    Sus Hip Forums Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    I was born and raised near Pittsburgh, but dont' live there anymore...some of the most beautiful countryside in the world, I believe!
     
  11. callmesisi

    callmesisi Member

    I live in the suburbs of Philadelphia.
     
  12. deadendnj2

    deadendnj2 Member

    Just bought a place in Pennsylvania off 940 between White Haven and Freeland. Love it, the people there are soooooooo friendly,Very refreshing
     
  13. AutumnAuburn

    AutumnAuburn Senior Member

    I spent 3 years in the Pittsburgh area.... 1 in Donora and 2 in Turtle Creek (near Monroeville). :)
     
  14. balko

    balko Member

    "I was born and raised near Pittsburgh, but dont' live there anymore...some of the most beautiful countryside in the world, I believe!"

    'Tis where my family is from. It is realy beautiful...and the mountains...

    Then for some reason they came to the only flat part...with the Amish...that's also highly conservitive.
     

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