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... from Steamtown??
First we had to FIND Steamtown! We had the address and we knew it was somewhere in Scranton, PA. All I know about Scranton PA is that someone once wrote a song about 30,000 lbs. of bananas. Last time we drove through Scranton was right after the 2004 Presidential Primary and we saw the Kerry/ Edwards campaign bus starting their tour.
I remembered the long steep hill from ...
... guides were in kayaks leading, following and mixing with the rafts to help as needed.
It was a great trip - a three hour drive from home to the Whitewater Adventure Center, 13 miles on the river, and 3 more hours on the road home. .....I was dead! ......but thanks to sunscreen, not too burnt :)
Hello again from NEPA. We've had so much fun since the last post, I don't know where to start. I'll do my best to keep it short and sweet :) First up, we've enjoyed Trip Advisor's recommended 3 of 11 things to do while in Tunkhannock: The Dietrich Theater, a non chain, restored 4 screen movie house in quaint downtown; Nimble Hill Vineyard & Winery with our new bff's; and Creekside Gardens - a groovy place to hangout. We also stumbled across one of many ...
Greetings from the Endless Mountains! We've been in Tunkhannock, PA for the past few weeks and are in LOVE with this quaint mountain town that the Susquehanna River runs through. We're here to celebrate the Memorial Day weekend with friends and also James will be participating in the first annual MAN GAMES. What are the MAN GAMES you ask? Well, our gracious host, Frank, wanted to create a weekend of competitive male bonding with ax throwing, archery, skeet shooting and the like ...
... to reach the New York State line. We entered New York in the Adirondack Mountains area which was just another land of beautiful mountains, streams and forests. We continued our southwest journey along a small highway until we reached I-87S north of Albany. The ol' cruise control was now set at 68 mph and we started some serious driving to our next stop in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
Interstate driving is ...