|Childs Park, Delaware Water Gap, PA|
Anyhow, I sat around during the morning, and since it clouded up after lunch, I visited some more Delaware Water Gap water features.
First stop was the George W. Childs Park. While low water levels did make for some limitations, there was enough to get some waterfall photos as well as some riffles in the creek. There is the foundation from an old mill along the trail that is interesting. A well put together park with easy trails on both sides of the stream and a number of bridges get across.
After that I headed to nearby Hacker Falls. A bit longer walk, but a pretty falls. The last stop of the day was at Raymondskill Falls, the highest waterfall in Pennsylvania. Another pretty waterfall, and a very short walk from the parking lot. I added today's photos at the Delaware Water Gap page.
Since I didn't defrost anything for dinner (I think it was a subconscious plan), I was going to stop at the Pie's On pizza (say it out loud) for dinner. On the way, I found a Chinese restaurant and changed my mind. I ordered Orange Chicken & fried cheese wontons. Very close to the Orange Chicken made by my favorite Chinese restaurant in Oswego.
Until Tomorrow -