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Tag Archives: Delaware River
The Object of our Fascination
On our 2011 trip with the Delaware River Sojourn, we stopped in Easton, PA. Our chosen evening activity was a trip to the The Nurture Nature Center there. The Center teaches through a variety of displays and programs, and focuses largely on … Continue reading
Posted in Giving Back, Photo Challenges Tagged Delaware River, Easton PA, ecology, environment, lifestyle, Nurture Nature Center, Object, photography, photos, postaday 14 Comments
Reflections – An Alternate Photo Challenge
WordPress didn’t publish a Weekly Photo Challenge this Friday, but several other options cropped up in comments on their Daily Post page, and this one I got by invitation! So here are a couple of takes on the alternate theme … Continue reading
Posted in Photo Challenges Tagged Dartmouth Outing Club, Delaware River, Forbidden City, Loch Ness, Photo Challenges, photography, photos, postaday, postaweek, Scotland, Travel, Trossachs 31 Comments
Delaware River Sojourn Travelogue
My beloved is always looking for a new river to paddle. I tend to be a still-water kind of gal myself, but I’m game for a river paddle when I’m in experienced company. We grew up near the Delaware River, yet … Continue reading
Posted in Family, Health Issues, Recreation, Travelogues Tagged Boat, canoe, Delaware River, ecology, kayak, Lenape, lifestyle, nature, paddlie sports, photography, photos, recreation, river, rivers, Senior Health, State Parks, Travel, travelogue, vacation 10 Comments
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