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Outdoor Dining with River Views - Easton to Philadelphia

I love eating outdoors, especially when winter can be so biting and keeps me indoors for months. Having grown up on the beach, I also love to eat by the river, enjoying the water breezes and views. 735 more words

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Philly On The Water and Celts Above the Freeway

July 19, 2017, Philadelphia-

In the past, we would drive along  and bypass the large cities of the East Coast, Boston and Washington being exceptions.  I have continued to do so, pretty much, since Penny’s passing.   434 more words


In Their Own Words

“We hope the community sees us as a resource. . . .We’re not here to tell people, ‘Don’t do that.’ We’re not pointing our finger and saying, ‘You can’t do that with your land.’ We’re helping people who want to protect what they have, who have this beautiful land and they want to say that it’ll still be a farm, it’ll still be a forest, whoever owns it. 126 more words


Delaware Highlands Conservancy

If Pennsylvania does one thing well, it’s waterways. From the Delaware River in the east to the Allegheny, Ohio, and Monongahela in the west, what Pennsylvania lacks in mountains it makes up for in rivers and waterfalls galore (fun fact: Ricketts Glen State Park has 22 waterfalls alone). 397 more words


Not Quite The Same

My neighbor and I hadn’t been our on a photowalk for a while, so we took advantage of the stunning weather to get out and see what we could see. 181 more words


Future Looks Promising For Petty's Island

PENNSAUKEN, NJ (CBS) — Petty’s Island, in the middle of the Delaware River, could be our area’s Central Park in a few years. That is, assuming a plan to clean it up and turn it over to a public land trust proceeds on schedule. 230 more words


Delaware River Towns

The Delaware River flows through five states and many beautiful little towns are sprinkled up and down the banks of this historic body of water. Growing up not far from the river on a southern stretch near the capital city in New Jersey, we associated the river as the place where George Washington crossed over near Trenton on Christmas to surprise the Hessians. 736 more words

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