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Jul 29, 2013 - Down to the Gap
Today, I drove down the Pennsylvania side of the Delaware Water Gap to find some letterboxes and explore a bit. I found 2 of 4 boxes, so that's OK. I stopped at the Observation gazebo just before reaching Port Jervis, and look at the view I had! Then look at what I played peek-a-boo with in a park in Milford. there was a nice Veteran's Memorial Park at the edge of the town park, so I checked that out. Many of the sections for wars are still in the planning or construction stage, but what is done is different and neat. Halfway down the...Jump to full entry
Jul 6, 2012 - Exploring the Poconos
We woke to a cool beautiful morning. We headed towards the Bushkill Falls, the Niagara Falls of Pennsylvania. We hiked and viewed several amazing waterfalls. The trails were built on the side of mountains. Lots of ups and downs, but it was cool and beautiful. Next, we went on a tour on a Water Gap Trolley. It took us to many of the local highlights. We saw some beautiful sites of the Delaware Water Gap. We visited the Cold Cave, which was a cool 38 degrees, even on a 93 degree afternoon. The tour included the Shawnee Inn, where many...Jump to full entry
Jul 5, 2012 - So it begins!
After a relaxing morning visiting with Lisa's sister, we packed up and pulled off her lawn at about 1:30. We headed west on route I-84 through New York, not the city, phew! We skimmed the tip of New Jersey into the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. We encountered our first detour and George found himself driving through small towns and on back, curvy, hilly roads, but the detour was well marked and he did great!!! We arrived at the Delaware Water Gap KOA at 4:30. It was a short travel day. Even in the mountains it was hot, 93 degrees. We...Jump to full entry