Naomi Village Cottages Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... that was even more unpleasant, because while the rock climbing was hard and tiring, it was at least fun. The next part was just steep uphill hiking, but over huge sections of loose, large rocks. I would almost call it a boulder field, but the rocks weren't quite big enough, making it even more tiring and unpleasant. To top it off, it was another sunny, humid day and the rocks offered no shade, so it was incredibly draining. And that was probably only a third of ...
... or so from the parking lot! George weighs 30 lbs. This was NOT going to work. Unless, we could park the car in the FIRE LANE which was only about 50 feet from the sign. I don't know what the Park Ranger thought of George but he let us do it. I suspect he was thinking something like "Just give the crazy people what they want and they'll leave."
Then we parked on the street downtown and scouted for lunch. ...
... They loved him there and he loved it too.
We are in West Stroudsburg, PA for the night before we head into CT tomorrow. We are looking forward to seeing our family and friends over the next couple of weeks. I will be taking a break from blogging. Once we head up to Winter Harbor, ME for the summer, I'll be back with an update.
We hope everyone is doing well. Love you all.
Ev, Bruce & Sandy
... the three, but very pretty with a freefall followed by a cascade. After stopping for some pictures at each we continued on the trail and crossed back over the creek at the confluence of Little Bushkill and Pond Run Creeks. We hiked up the gorge passing Lower Gorge Falls and then made it to the base of the main Falls. Bushkill Falls is a nearly 100-foot cascading waterfall and was quite impressive. We got some pictures from the bridge over the ...
... nearby for a beer, so pizza by the slice is the way to go.
The Newton Theatre is a converted and refurbished cinema, run by volunteers. It is a nice simple building, but being a former cinema there is no backstage area for the band. They have to the restrooms with the public.
I sit down in the second row. Next to me is fellow long time GP fan, Dan. Dan it turns is an active member of some of the GP forums and is an avid collector of ...