Roebling Inn on the Delaware
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Stopped for lunch at a Rt 84 Country store high on a hill. Saw some unique items. Lake Wallenpaupack is close by but no time for tubing!! LJ
I played packman for free and saw a cool 8N tractor and a huge teepee. RJ
There was plenty of interesting things to examine, making it a well worthwhile visit for lunch. PJ Onward to New York ...
We collected Jack at 9am, but before heading off we had a quick look around his camp and lake front where he is teaching wind surfing. The lake itself is very warm and sheltered, so not sure if there is much real wind surfing going on there. It is a very big camp, with hundreds of kids from all over New York state. Jack is looking after 8-12 year olds. Fairly hard going having them 24/7 at the age of 18. He shares a cabin with 8 kids so is their camp councillor as ...
... made friends with him, a big black man from the Mississippi, his accent is sooooo cool. Russell needed a photo of himself next to his big rig, a famous brand in the US - Peterbilt.
First day of rain on this trip, very humid, not good for curly hair trying to stay straight! Have been to a grotty super market & picked up some yummy cherries, bananas, breakfast stuff. At ...
That's right... three nights in a row without internet!
The first, at Monticello, their internet had gone down. The next, it was so slow I couldn't even access e-mails. Last night I was on the road.
But I assure you I have some great things to tell you all about my visit to Walkill, particularly Patterson and, finally, Brooklyn.
I should get these ready tonight... thanks for your patience.
... the cave - it's been a tourist attraction since 1880's. The cave is really impressive. It has the traditional stalagmites and stalactites plus many vales and awnings. Touring via boat is really ideal as it is so smooth and dreamy. They did a nice job lighting the caves - just enough to see the formations but not too much so it still felt like a natural cave. There was one section that they lit with multi-colored lights ...