Northeast Philly Love Note: The Great Northeast

For starters, the thing I love most about Northeast Philly has to be Pennypack Park. I remember growing up as a child and having barbecues at the Pine Road section of the park.

I still enjoy riding my bicycle in the park. It’s like a home away from home. I always enjoy going to the park to take photographs of the beautiful trees, ducks, flowers, and any other wild life I may come across.

I also love our rich Northeast culture. Sometimes I wonder where I would like to purchase my first home, but I think I’ve know all along. I’d like to live either in my current neighborhood of Fox Chase or a little further up by Grant and Bustleton Avenue. Either way, I’m staying in the Northeast for sure. I LOVE it here and you should too.

Northeast: isn’t it a beautiful place to live and work!

We’ve partnered with Philly Love Notes to make sure you see all the love notes written about Northeast Philadelphia. Love notes about Northeast spots will be published here after they appear on the Philly Love Notes blog, curated by Emma Fried-Cassorla. Anyone can email love notes to phillylovenotes [AT] and coordinate their photo opps with Fried-Cassorla. This post originally appeared on Philly Love Notes on Nov. 16 and is written by Brian Shumsky.

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