This weekend I made a 320 mile round trip from Batlimore to Langhorne, PA with a side-trip to New Hope and Lambertville. I arrived in Langhorne with about 160 miles remaining, that after a 25 minute stop at the Delaware supercharger, where I found digitalTim already there charging his Signature Red. When I got to my hotel in Langhorne, I wanted to add more miles to cover the planned side trips. As Peruzzi Nissan had the only charging facilities in the area (Pennsylvania seems to be especially behind the times in this regard) and it was only 1/2 mile from my hotel, I drove over and politely asked if I could charge. I was given an immediate yes. The sales staff was especially gracious and all came out to look at the Model S. I answered a lot of questions and received many compliments. Their EV was only putting out 30 amps so I was only able to add about 32 miles of range in two hours. But it was enough to cover the miles to New Hope and back. In New Hope the car attracted much attention. One passerby asked if it was a Maserati or Jaguar. When I told him it was a Tesla he asked the usual "who makes it." When I answered "Tesla" he replied, "Yes, but who's the manufacturer?" I politely set him straight and handed him one of my postcards on the Model S. He then said it was the most beautiful car he had ever seen. Here are a few photos of the car charging at the Delaware supercharger and Peruzzi Nissan.