Will You See Your Shadow at a Pennsylvania Timeshare Today?
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
This was the morning for ole’ Punxsutawney Phil to look for his shadow. No shadow, then spring is just around the corner. But if he sees his shadow, then the prognosticating groundhog promises at least six more weeks of winter.
The tradition of a weather-casting rodent (known in some cultures as a “whistling pig”) in Gobblers Knob dates back to at least 1887 in Pennsylvania. Based on the holiday of Candlemas, the event traces its early roots to traditions brought to the area by German settlers whose ancestors have perhaps celebrated similar traditions for thousands of years.
Each year the festivities surrounding the event seem to get better and better. And although you have already missed such community fun as the Oreo stacking contest, the ice carving on Mahoning Street, the groundhog beer dinner, hayrides, jogs, a groundhog wine dinner, and even Phil’s family picnic this year, it doesn’t mean that it is too early to start planning your pilgrimage to Pennsylvania for next year.
Opportunities in Pennsylvania Timeshare Resale and Timeshare Rental
From historic Philadelphia to Hershey to Lake Erie, the Poconos to the Alleghenies to the Pennsylvania Wilds, Pennsylvania is a diverse state both geographically and culturally. It is also, a state loaded with great timeshare vacation destinations, and for millions of Americans, excellent drive-to vacation opportunities.
If you already know this great state for vacations and family fun, then a Pennsylvania timeshare resale could be an ideal way for you to lock in the cost of a lifetime of vacations at an extremely competitive rate. And if you have yet to discover Pennsylvania’s mountains, theme parks, charming farm communities, and historic American heritage, then a Pennsylvania timeshare rental could be a excellent way to get started.