Sunday, December 26, 2010

SWPARE needs your input!!

Danielle,Evan and I need your help.No,we're not bummin' for money...what we need is far more valuable,to us,anyway.We need your input on the blog! The blog has been getting more hits every day and seems to be heading in the right direction.
What we need from you,the reader,is several things.First of all,feedback.If you like what we do,let us know.If you don't,let us know.If any of our information is incorrect,please tell us.We can't fix it if we don't know its wrong.
Next are photographs.Everyone has boxes or albums of them somewhere.We're interested mainly in things that are gone now like old bulidings and businesses.We'll scan your pics and return them,giving you credit for the pics and info you give.We want this to be an interactive blog.Let us know what you have tucked away...don't hide history!
Last up is (are?) ideas.Email us with anything that might be a good blog post.A cool building you remember,or drive past.A story your Mom or Dad told you,anything people may think is cool.Drop us an email at the link at the top of the page or leave us a comment.If you live away from PA and have pics,we'll pay postage both ways for something cool to scan/post! So stay tuned for more cool stuff,and let us know what you think!


  1. I just found your blog today via Facebook. I grew up all around Greene County but live in KY now and I have enjoyed looking at the pictures and reading your posts. I had posted a question about a site on your facebook. Here is a link that is helpful. This area is not public so it is hard to find.

  2. Thanks for that link. I will check it out soon as possible. We had heard the same story about these petroglyphs just last Thursday when we were taking pictures. An older Fayette couty resident told us where they were located, some even under the current river water level now. Any more info or pictures you might have are welcome and thanx for reading!

  3. After reading the article, the petroglyphs our new friend told us of must not be these exact ones. The ones he described were on the fayette county side, opposite Rices Landing. I have a very good idea where these ones you linked are. We need to go check this soon.....thanks again!