Virgil Marti’s Five Standards (Dazzle) at¬†GlaxoSmithKline.
Courtyard Merriott Navy Yard (right) and Iroko Pharmaceuticals (left).
150 Rouse Boulevard.
150 Rouse Boulevard enterance.
Three and One Crescent Drive (left to right).
Franklin Square Capital Partners.
At least part of this building is called Halsey Hall.
Bocci ball court.
The Chapel of Four Chaplains.
USS Severn Shipmates Reunion.
A portion of the Navy Yard campus of Urban Outfitters. Notice the two giant catamaran ferries in the distance.
You can’t have a navy yard without ships!
A tugboat and the brigantine Gazela Primero.
I think these ships are frigates.
I’m guessing¬†that three of these are AEGIS¬†guided missile cruisers.
Aircraft carrier USS John F. Kennedy (CV-67), nicknamed Big John.
Can you find Lincoln Financial Stadium?
Duke University Chapel.¬†My heart says Duke, but my bracket says Kentucky.
Christian Laettner, Bobby Hurley, and Grant Hill jerseys hang in Duke’s Cameron Indoor Stadium. Don’t forget “the shot” and “the stomp”. You’ve got to love (or maybe hate) Laettner!
This is when Duke became DUKE! (Let’s hope they win tonight against Utah.)
Westbound on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
Tractor tanker on PATP
Fall colors on northbound Interstate 176.
Start to the climb up the south face of Blue Mountain on PA 183.
Descending¬†the north face of Blue Mountain on PA 183
Gordon Nagle Trail goes from Cressona to Pottsville.
Why would one drive to Pottsville? ¬†To join the Molly Maguires? To research John O’Hara?
To dine at the Pottsville ¬†Club? (You’re too late, it’s closed.)
Or maybe to get some brew at Yuengling’s ¬†Brewery (America’s oldest)?
The ¬†last two photos were not taken on my most recent visit to Pottsville. The above photo makes me think that a fall version of Yuengling’s resting at the base of Sharp Mountain would work well.