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Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: Cumberland County 5A
Used to run up 220 to the Sayre area a lot back in the early 70s, when my first wife's uncle lived there. Hadn't been up that way since her uncle's family moved to Palmyra in the mid 70s.
Six or seven years ago, drove over Rt. 6 coming back from my camp, to visit a buddy that lives below Wyalusing and came back down Rt. 220 on my way home.
Struck me that the road hadn't changed a bit since the 1970s. Same low areas that sometimes flooded back in the 70s, still flood today.
Rt. 850 in Perry County heading towards Loysville, same thing. There's a low spot that always gets closed when Shermans Creek floods. Been like that as long as I can remember, but PADOT had never made an effort to elevate low spots, so floods don't close one of the major roads in the area.
Some folks' learnin' curves just look like circles...3A Camp/also hunt 4B