It winds thru this area like a huge snake. I have just spent 30 minutes trying to find the name of it and had no success, but this system is still as slow as cream rising on buttermilk.
This campground is in on of those snake curves. there for is bounded on three sides by the river or large creek. I see no kayaks, canoes or boats in this river. There must be some reasons for that, maybe a rule or two.
It flows into the Susquehanna.
It is the kind of river I would be swimming in as a kid, but of course they have an indoor water park here and an indoor pool and outdoor pool of sparkling blue water, so the modern kid would opt for that I am sure.
The snaking river is great irrigation for the farms in the area.
We drove out yesterday and had a good time just enjoying the farms and fields. The only person I know who still uses the solar dryer, is Bonnie of http://organicdiscourse.blogspot.com/
Up here many folks ‘hang’ their clothes out to dry. We have hung a bunch of clothes and diapers out to dry. LOL but now I will use the dryer when I can.
The ones above were actually over the road.
They hang ‘em high in Lancaster County.
The ladies above do not wash clothes…
Today is our last day in this area, next entry will be from the Catskills of NY, Rondout Valley. We may catch some pictures on the way.
Thanks for stopping by the log.
I love being on the road again…..
Studebakers from the Studebaker Museum in South Bend, IN when we visited in 2007.