From The Skybox

So I'm down here in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania at the Penn National Racetrack and Casino. I arrived this morning at about 0300. I'm getting another perspective as it's daytime.

It's also raining, actually it's quite dreary and miserable. This is the main entrance to the Penn National Racetrack. The Porte Cochere and the long driveway remind me of the Mount Washington Hotel.

So I've reported on the large sea of slot machines that exist here. I'm writing this from a skybox overlooking the throughbred track itself. There is literally no one here!

The whole facilty actually reminds me of the Mount Washington Hotel sans the fact that they don't sell rooms here. The rest of the property seems like its structured and laid out very similar to the MWH built in 1902. I guess this track is probally same era too likely serving the entertainment purposes of the Hershey Chocolate Company that is located some seven miles south of here. I'm guessing here.

Haven't studied history.