July 16th Delaware Water Gap tour

On Thursday we visited the Delaware Water Gap area – the mile wide River is a beautiful natural wonder. The history of early 1900s resorts & hotels is fascinating – it’s a shame so few of the historic building survived. The cooler air and refreshing breezes around the river’s shore reminds you of why the city folks came here for relief in the summer.  There appears to be abundant wild life – we saw a white tailed doe and her two fawns playing in a field near downtown DWG.  All kinds of Birds sing throughout the day and the very tall trees give them happy homes. The bright orange cardinals have a lovely song.  We plan to visit Bushkill Falls and other falls in the national park tomorrow. Also it’s Christmas in July here at the Campground – Santa is coming this weekend so folks are decorating appropriately 🎄🎄🎄. 

Here are a few shots from yesterday’s travels:


Author: kateamirault

Retired well traveled and Experienced woman

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