3198+miles. That's how long US route 6 is across the country. According to Wikipedia 403 of those miles are in PA. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U.S._Route_6_in_Pennsylvania I was looking at an atlas and decided that the PA section would make a weekend trip, perfect for the covid plague since I won't even hafta leave the state. From my home near South Fork I'd spend a day heading over to the eastern side of the state, then another day heading back west toward the Ohio line. For the third day I'll just have a short hop back home. That's enough planning. I took Friday off work, strapped a tent on the bike and after a second cup of coffee left home at 8am. About 8:15 I put my rain duds on. Here's what old 22 looked like in Cresson. There wasn't much rain, just enough to make the roads wet. I think I was traveling on the leading edge of it, because I kept running into dry patches. I stayed on 22 and near Williamsburg I rounded a bend in the road and saw this tree.... Hmmmm, there were cars in front of me, this had to have JUST come down! While I took my pic and surveyed the area, I could see opposing traffic already starting to line up. I had room between the branches and that road sign, so I made a quick squirt through and was gone. I stayed on 22 east, just minding the speed limit and listening to the noise in my head. Here's a pick of some bendy cut rock. I just think it looks neat. I turned from 22 onto PA34 to go a bit north. This road started out more to my liking. after cresting a short ridge I was down into rolling farmland. 34 pops me out to rte11, which I had to run south to a poorly designed jughandle, so I could head north. I messed up (confused) and continued south to the NEXT jughandle, then I figured out the way to properly negotiate the intersection and got myself headed north. To the ferry.