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Special Cheer Port of Philadelphia

Many thanks to Lisa Kolibabek for these photos.  Any guesses what’s happening here, besides a green tug approaching a RORO?

See the mariners?  Lowering something? 348 more words


The Holzmer Collection: The Potential of Submerged Prehistoric Sites on the Jersey Shore

By: Richard Adamczyk

Along the beaches of New Jersey, some interesting treasures can wash ashore. In August 2014, a Paleoindian projectile point, dated to 10,000 years ago, was discovered by a 10 year-old boy on Long Beach Island. 2,230 more words

The Delaware River

This weekend I visited part of the Delaware River. The part of the Delaware that I went to was a hour away near the border of New York. 311 more words

Where Creativity Works

The Bristol Pennsylvania Historic Borough

Rivers Canals and Trails that Shaped American Commerce and Manufacturing

Bristol is the oldest town in Bucks County and the third oldest in Pennsylvania. … 350 more words


Fly Fishing the Upper Delaware with expert Sam Vigorita - 7:30pm Wednesday November 22, 2017

Our speaker for the meeting on Wednesday, November 22 is our club member Sam Vigorita.  Sam has fished Pa streams for over 40 years and will speak on Fishing the Upper Delaware River a fishery that Sam has particular expertise fly fishing. 43 more words


Outdoor Wanderings: Sundays aren't always sucker-free!

For many fishermen, suckers aren’t something that you purposely go out and target. Especially not on a river that’s famous for big, wild, brown trout. But not too long ago on the Delaware river, that’s exactly what happened. 909 more words

Fly Fishing

Delaware Water Gap

October 12, 2017

We crossed from New Jersey to Pennsylvania today!  We are now on our last state, with approximately 200 miles left to hike.  (Although, who’s counting?) 124 more words

Appalachian Trail