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Houses And Homes: Bucks County, Pennsylvania

During the summer, Bwog runs a series we call “Houses and Homes”, where Bwoggers share their… houses and homes! Since most of us are back at our homes as a result of, well, everything, here’s Staff Writer and GSSC Bureau Chief Olivia Mitchell’s entry on Bucks County, Pennsylvania. 

Where: An old farmhouse in the rural suburbs (more rural than suburb) of Philadelphia

Sight: Lots and lots of trees, open fields, small towns, and weird signs that commemorate tiny pieces of history you’ve never even heard of.

Sound: The occasional car passing by or random insect noises, but typically complete and utter silence. Also, I guess the sound of my keyboard, if you’re turning the screws.

Touch: The odd laminate of my not-quite-wood Ikea desk and the old, dark, uneven floorboards underneath my feet

Taste: My grandmother’s homemade sauce, which I just had on some pasta. I might go back for more.




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