March 26 & 27: Tunnels of Enola Group Hikes

Join Adam Zurn on March 26 OR March 27 at 1 pm for the adventure of…

Brief History of the Atglen & Susquehanna Branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad

In 1903, the Pennsylvania Railroad began an ambitious three-year engineering project which ran through Lancaster County,…

April 18: Mysterious Petroglyphs of Safe Harbor Presentation & Book of Secrets Adventure Kick-Off

Join me at the Milan-Schock Library in Mount Joy for an exciting double-header event on Monday,…

Art: William Wagner’s 1821 Map of Lancaster County

If you enjoy old maps the way I do, you will love this one of Lancaster…

1852: Winter so cold the railroad ran tracks across a frozen Susquehanna

The winter of 1852 froze the Susquehanna at Havre De Grace solid. This presented a problem…

Enjoy this Safe Harbor Visitor’s Guide and Map from 1989

During a recent tour of Safe Harbor Dam, I picked up a copy of the company's…

Armchair Explorer: Inside the Bowels of Safe Harbor Dam

I got an early Christmas present this year when a friend gave me what felt like…

Armchair Explorer: Fishing Creek’s Murder House

After writing a story about a headless singing ghost rumored to haunt Fishing Creek, several people…

River View Hotel Visitor’s Guide

It's hard to imagine today, but the now sleepy village of Pequea in Martic Township was…

Side Quest: Searching for Pequea’s Fountain of Youth—York Furnace Spring

Turn of the century documents speak of a spring near the Susquehanna resort town of Pequea…

Haunted Lancaster: ‘Old Lupin’—the Headless Singing Ghost of Fishing Creek

In the Christmas song, 'It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,' there's a line about…

January 22 & 23: Tunnels of Enola Group Hikes

Join Adam Zurn on January 22, 2022, at 1 pm for the adventure of a lifetime…

Meet York County’s silent stone sentinels: the Wrightsville Lime Kilns

If you have ever eaten at John Wright Restaurant in Wrightsville, you may have noticed the…

March 12 & 13: Shenks Ferry History Hikes

Join Adam Zurn for an adventure on January 8 at 1 pm for a guided hike…

Art: John Jarvis’ The Pequea Valley

During his tenure as Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County president, John Jarvis drew The Pequea…

In the News: Social Media Management Tips from Uncharted Lancaster

In October, Amy Evans from the PA Chapter of the American Planning Association interviewed me for…

Tired of waiting for Indiana Jones 5? Then check out Uncharted’s Nathan Drake

Are you tired of waiting for Indiana Jones 5? Then check out Andy Gilleand’s Uncharted YouTube…

First Friday Mini-Adventure

Celebrate First Friday with me by exploring downtown Lancaster as you learn some of the city's…

December 3: First Friday Open House event at the historic Ellicott House

Join me on December 3, 2021, at the beautiful 1787 Sehner-Ellicott-von Hess House in downtown Lancaster…

A Brief History of Colemanville United Methodist Church

The Colemanville United Methodist church was first organized in 1849 on land donated by Mrs. Edward…