From Irma from Bath in Pennsylvania, I received this awesome map postcard of her state. Irma is Navajo (native American) and greets me in her native language on the postcard - Ya’at’eeh. Pretty cool! When I was little, I met a woman from Pennsylvania and racked my brain in trying to understand why she did not sound like Dracula. It was only later that I discovered that I had my wires crossed a bit. The state is home to around 12.8 million people, making it the 6th most populous state in the USA. It spans 119 283 square kilometers, making it the 33rd largest state and the 9th most densely populated one. It was the second state to be admitted to the union in 1787 but that kind of makes it the state that made it a union, doesn’t it? Pennsylvania is home to at least 2 cities that are (to my mind) world famous and those are Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. The capital of the state is Harrisburg. Pennsylvania is also home to that famous battleground at Gettysburg, where seven score and ten years ago, Abraham Lincoln delivered his famous address that one of my school teachers made us know off by heart. There is apparently a lot of history in this state! Thank you Irma for a wonderful postcard!