Didn't know there was another WAWA in this country but I found a lost Mt Wawa in another country. Stumbled upon the lost area last year in Ontario, hiked it and saw the one and only Timberland Ellicott lift I've ever seen.
Next time the wife drags me down to Shipshewanna amish country in Indiana I'll have to check out Mt WAWAsee.
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