Tunnels By Karen Chenoweth

Tunnels By Karen Chenoweth A group of friends bicycled in the brilliant light of an autumn day on a railroad bed that had been converted into a paved hiking/biking trail.  Along the Allegheny River, we wound in and out along the sides of the Pennsylvania mountains for 24 scenic miles. The sun was making the autumn leaves almost fluorescent with its brilliance. Along that route, there were two tunnels – long and curved so that the proverbial “light at the end of the tunnel” was not visible soon after entering the dimness. The blacktopped bike trail continued past the entrance....

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