Since this was a pretty far trip to take, just for that one spot, we decided to visit Gravity Hill in conjunction with a driving tour of several covered bridges in the area. We picked a beautiful day for our outing, had we thought ahead a little more we probably would have done some geocaching in the area. Luckily there are two other driving tours in that county, so I bet I can talk Hubby into going back with promises of geocaches to be found in historical places!
The tour took about 90 minutes give or take (we had a slight set back due to a road being blocked with a traffic accident). We got to see some really pretty bridges, and enjoy the beautiful day.
And who can forget the whole motivation for our visit, Gravity Hill. Well, it literally is just a spot marked on a road, where, when you put your car in neutral and take your foot off of the brake, your car rolls uphill. Pretty interesting, and just another example of the strange things you can sometimes find in Pennsylvania.