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My Endless Mountain Hometown

by Matthew A. Boozer Land Surveying

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Can you recognize your hometown from a birdseye view? Like and Follow as we post 1 mystery town per week, then allow a week for your guess before release of the town's name! All towns posted with be geographically located within the Endless Mountain region of Pennsylvania's Bradford, Susquehanna, Sullivan, and Wyoming Counties. All photos will be captured by Professional Surveyor and FAA Remote Pilot, Matthew A. Boozer.

EMH #1 (2018-05-18) Warren Center, Bradford County.

Home of the Annual Firemen Field Days.

EMH #2 (2018-05-25) Forksville, Sullivan County.

Home of Worlds End State Park and features one of the few covered bridges left in the endless mountain region.

EMH #3 (2018-06-01) Choconut, Susquehanna County.

This hometown is just a few stone throws away from the Empire State. 

EMH #4 (2018-06-08) Wyalusing, Bradford County.

This Endless Mountain hometown nests along the Susquehanna River. 

EMH #5 (2018-06-15) Noxen, Wyoming County.

The first represented Endless Mountain hometown from Wyoming County. Famous for their annual rattlesnake round-up. 

EMH #6 (2018-06-22) Mehoopany, Wyoming County.

This Endless Mountain Hometown carries the same name of the creek flowing through it just before the Susquehanna River.

EMH #7 (2018-06-29) Hillsgrove, Sullivan County, the western side that is.

This EMH is the smallest population of any so far, but has some of the best views of the Endless Mountains.

EMH #8 (2018-07-06) Wysox, Bradford County.

Some say the streets are paved of gold for a distance equal to 5280 feet. Nicknamed the Golden Mile. 

EMH #9 (2018-07-14) Lenoxville, Susquehanna County.

Featured in the background is the back side of the Elk Mountain Ski Area.