Pennsylvania trip this weekend


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94 GL1500 all cleaned up and waxed! Ready for a Pennsylvania trip this weekend! Going to see the flight 93 monument! Anyone been?


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Have fun!Wish I could get another trip in this summer.PA's got some nice roads.Hadn't even thought about going to the Monument,but I'll keep it in mind now.
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The monument is well done and is an honor to those who lost their lives that day.

In addition to a lot of fun roads in the area if you are in to USA history you might want to go by Fort Necessity and if you are into architecture, go see Falling Waters a Frank Lloyd Wright designed home.

Time permitting you might want to take a quick run over to the Pentagon to see that memorial also.
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Thanks for the other destination ideas Harvey! Will consider them.
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Flight 93 National monument.
Flight 93 National monument.

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I went to the flight 93 memorial earlier this summer, it was my second visit. I took my niece with me, she rode my 1200 wing. from there we rode to MD and hung out at a friends house off of deep creek lake for the weekend. I told my niece we should make another visit to the memorial in about five years
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The picture is the sign at the interance to the monument. Well worth the trip! So much more than I expected to see. Honored the crew and passengers very well. Anyone get the chance I recommend the trip!
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Kinda strange! But when we pulled into the parking lot and parked our bikes, my buddy said my headlight was not on. So I started investigating it when we realized his headlight wasn't working either. Really? Both bikes at the same time?


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