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Throughout History, We Have Always Been Jersey Strong.

New Jersey has a unique and vast history stretching back to the very beginning of the country, so let’s get some of the basics out of the way before I dive into specific historical sites. 540 more words

Photo of the Day: September 21, 2017

The bridge into Pennsylvania from Frenchtown over the Delaware River. Summer 2017.


Appalachian Trail: New Jersey Section 6: Delaware Water Gap

Last weekend we brought our friends out on their first backpacking trip, and first trek on the Appalachian Trail. As they live in Central Pennsylvania and we live in Connecticut, we decided to choose a section right in between.  1,565 more words

Appalachian Trail

Protecting Delaware Valley Waterways By Being Active, Having Fun

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – River Days have returned to the Delaware Valley.

Aimed at celebrating and protecting the Delaware River and other waterways, the event kicked off Friday evening at Water Works Fairmount. 290 more words


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

Food & Drink

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