Can you handle just a few more photos from a great trip to Pittsburgh? I sure hope so because this is the last post!
Ruth and I rode the Monongahela Incline, one of two cable-powered inclines designed for transportation between the river valleys and the communities on top of the overlooking bluffs. The first two photos are mine, but I really think my friend Ruth’s photo captured the feel of the inside of that cable car. Please check the link for information about these historic inclines! So very cool!
Check out that 78% grade!
Once at the top, we walked the Mount Washington community, enjoyed a warm beverage from a local ice cream / coffee shop, and enjoyed chatting with the local business owner.
Ruth holds the framed article about that same business owner, while he tells us about the Mount Washington community and it’s local businesses.
Ruth thankfully is a photographer, one who has taught me much, and has complete patience with my non-stop shooting. Before riding back down, we posed for a picture in front of a the beautiful cityscape.
Just a few more shots that I think capture the essence of Pittsburgh.
Rivers and History
Thanks for coming along on our road trip to Pittsburgh! I wonder where we’ll travel to next year?