We are in the small town (population 57) of Ohiopyle in Pennsylvania. The name Ohiopyle “derives from the word ohiopehhla, meaning white, frothy water of the rapid-flowing Youghiogheny River” according to Wikipedia. Here the old steel railroad bridge runs across the Youghiogheny River from the abandoned train station in Ohiopyle. Now it is a great pedestrian bridge that allows people to walk across to the Ferncliff Peninsula area where there once a great lodge. George Washington passed through Ohiopyle twice with his army in the French-Indian Wars.