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The Greatest of Days - Dan and Heather's Wedding


Our wedding in all of its glory from a wide range of photographers.

389 files, last one added on Oct 18, 2009

All of the Pictures of Dylan - AKA 21 - AKA Big D


Welcome to the world, Dylan Matthew! It's going to be a wonderful ride. These are all of the pictures of my sister's son, who just so happens to be my 21st nephew (or niece or nephew or niece's child!).

154 files, last one added on May 28, 2017

Relaxing Days Now that the Ponds are Completed!


Just pictures of the big waterfall / pond's creation.

265 files, last one added on Sep 28, 2015

Artsy Flowers of My World - a Garden in Black and White


An experiment in black and white with flowers that show contrast in 2 colors and the shades between them.

124 files, last one added on Oct 18, 2015

An enjoyable day in the gardens of our house


Because the house folder was getting big and the outside of the house was turning into Longwood Gardens North.

671 files, last one added on Jul 25, 2016

Gazing at Stars: Heather's Stargazers


The most beautiful flowers in the late summer garden

50 files, last one added on Oct 18, 2015

In Memory of Less than a Week of Beauty - The Now Deceased Peonies of our Garden


Our peony bush seems to flower more every year... well worth the wait for 5 days of glory.

60 files, last one added on Jun 19, 2015

Beacon Conference 2017


In support of my student Ashley, who won for her presentation on educating gals in the developing world

30 files, last one added on Jun 04, 2017

AAA White Mountains Weekend 2017


Trips to Crawford Notch, Franconia Notch, Mount Washington, and moose watching up and down the Whites of New Hampshire over Labor Day weekend 2017

281 files, last one added on Sep 10, 2017

Twin Falls Dropping into Georgia's Mountains - Anna Ruby Falls


Anna Ruby Falls is located in north Georgia at a state park called Unicoi. The bigger of the falls (Curtis Creek) is 153 feet. The smaller of the falls (York Creek) is 50 feet. Together with the rock formations and the mini falls in front of it, they represent awesome natural beauty.

77 files, last one added on Sep 10, 2017

The Mighty Amicalola Falls


At 729 Feet, it's the biggest waterfall in the East. Nestled in the mountains of northern Georgia, Amicalola is far more impressive than you would expect for a waterfall that has over 4 times the height of Niagara, but far fewer guests (guess there's no tourist industry when it's just "Nature" that you're selling). That's fine by me. If you're ever in the Deep South, check it out.

76 files, last one added on Sep 10, 2017

Rock City: Garden of Stone in Chatanooga


We came for Anna Ruby Falls, but we were blown away by the rock passageways and stonework, which was manicured in a lovely garden with a nice manmade waterfall and 7 state vista view.

137 files, last one added on Sep 10, 2017

Ruby Falls: Underground Waterfall in Chatanooga


A beautiful underground waterfall in Chatanooga.

50 files, last one added on Sep 10, 2017

Tallulah Gorge: Northeast Georgia World of Waterfalls in the Deepest Canyon in the East.


Down the stairs to see 2 of the waterfalls in the deepest canyon east of the Mississippi.

50 files, last one added on Sep 10, 2017

AAA North Georgia / South Tennessee Visits to See Heather's Family


Visions of our trips to the mountains of north Georgia to see Heather's sister Stephanie.

44 files, last one added on Sep 10, 2017

Start of the Appalachian Trail: Springer Mountain Georgiaa


My trip to the middle of nowhere Springer Mountain to wind my way up the trail to see the start of the trail, which actually must be accessed from a long trail from Amicalola Falls, the Benton MacKaye Trail, or Forest Service Road 42 (which is how I got there).

39 files, last one added on Sep 10, 2017

AAA The Lee Smith Birthday - Waterfalls, Monster Trucks, Casinos, Filet Mignon, and Chicken!


The big 46 with my bestest bestest taking in waterfalls, monster trucks, and casinos, while eating filet mignon, and chicken!

110 files, last one added on Aug 28, 2017

Cape Henry Lighthouse


Located in Fort Story near Virginia Beach - marks on the windows from graffiti left by jerkish visitors. Leave no trace, people. It's simple - really.

21 files, last one added on May 17, 2017

Virginia Beach


Random images from the beach and town of Virginia Beach.

110 files, last one added on May 17, 2017

USS Wisconsin


Here's to the hardworking men who fought for this country from WW2 to the Gulf War on this boat located in Hampton, Virginia

90 files, last one added on May 22, 2017

Edgar Cayce Center in Virginia Beach


Psychic and father of alternative medicine. Edgar Cayce definitely led an interesting life. His international headquarters are now located in VA Beach.

19 files, last one added on May 17, 2017

Hampton, Virginia, Air and Space Museum


Just as good as the Smithsonian... definitely worth a trip to see astronomy and memorials to people with the Right Stuff.

85 files, last one added on May 28, 2017

Virginia Beach Aquarium


Turtles, sharks, rays, river otters, lion fish, and a lot of other cool stuff... We saw it on a rainy day, but it would be awesome any day of the year in any conditions!

114 files, last one added on May 28, 2017

Ascending the Ruins of Coba


On the site, this was the best of the ruins because you could ascend them. However, there was far less rock art here than Chichen Itza.

87 files, last one added on May 30, 2016

The Lizard Kingdom of Tulum


Iguanas and a sweet coastal view for some serious Mayan archaeology and archaeoastronomy!

118 files, last one added on May 31, 2016

Into the Ruins of Chicen Itza


The amazing images of Chichen Itza... up close and personal, which is more than you can do with them there since it's largely a no touch zone due to vandalism to include urination (yes, that's why you can't go in the pyramid temple anymore - go figure).

138 files, last one added on Jun 14, 2016

Beside the Hotels and Beaches: El Rey


About 3 miles or so down from our hotel, this sleepy little Mayan village, which still sits beside the hotels and beaches of Cancun's Hotel Zone.

44 files, last one added on Jun 01, 2016

Cenote on the Way Back From Chichen Itza


The bigger of the 2 cenotes that we saw.... cool and refreshing after an archaeological trek in 90 degree jungle heat and no shade.

36 files, last one added on Jun 01, 2016

Beach and Cenote on the Way Back From Tulum


While I had trouble with the engine propulsion thing I tried (snorkel equipment makes me feel like I'm suffocating), the beach was pretty and the cenote was sweet.

34 files, last one added on Jun 01, 2016

Up above Cancun: Pictures from the Observation Tower


One of the highlights of our trip, this tower showcased the beach, water, and hotel zone images.

71 files, last one added on Jun 01, 2016

Heather's Day Snorkeling at the Underwater Museum in Cancun


I can't do the snorkel thing, but Heather can, a fact that these pictures more than proves.

56 files, last one added on Jun 02, 2016

Underwater Pictures


These were taken in Cancun

14 files, last one added on Jun 01, 2016

Golf Carting on Isla de Mujeres


128 files, last one added on Jun 27, 2016

Our Trip to Cozumel


The Island of Cozumel, which is off the coast of Mexico. We got there by ferry.

57 files, last one added on Jun 14, 2016

Playa Del Carmen


A coastal beach city near Cancun in Mexico.

60 files, last one added on Jul 23, 2016

Our Aquaworld Mexico Trips


All boat, snorkel, and water-related trips in Cancun are courtesy of Aquaworld.

108 files, last one added on Jul 23, 2016

Cathedral of San Gervasio


26 files, last one added on Jun 27, 2016

Dust Wind Dude at the Park Royal Cancun


The hotel Heather and I stayed at in Mexico. Their violinist and up-scale restaurant were awesome (he even played Dust in the Wind). The beach was fantastic, and the water was beautifully colored as well. The food was pretty good for buffet, too. The only drawbacks were people could bring kids and everyone saw Americans as dollar signs. That gets old quick.

242 files, last one added on Jul 29, 2016

Random Cancun Pictures


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Riding in Cancun's Sub See Explorer


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Cancun Aquarium


65 files, last one added on Nov 05, 2016

Xel-Ha - Water Park in the Yucatan


Our trip to Xelha, a combination aqua / environment park outside of Cancun - lots o' fun!!

119 files, last one added on Oct 23, 2016

Random Mexican Vacation Pictures


nuff said.

40 files, last one added on Jul 29, 2016

Baby Owls of Ephrata 2016 + 2017


An album filled with pictures of our newest Ephrata Park residents, who (HOO!) show up as winter releases its hold on Amish Paradise.

69 files, last one added on May 28, 2017

Sandals Grande Riviera - It's Not Woodland Beach Delaware!


All inclusive luxury Caribbean Style! Oh, to be back on Island Time, mon! Our resort was in Ocho Rios, which is where Mick Jagger has a house. It's about an hour and a half east of Montego Bay on the coast, and may I say, it was a great way to waste our time doing pretty much nothing of consequence other than pool, beach, eat, drink, be entertained, and meander around the flowers (save a side trip to Dunn River Falls). How else could we possibly unwind out of 2012 and move into the new year of 2013?!!

287 files, last one added on Jan 04, 2013

Ice Box Canyon Rescue: A Level of Toughness Aron Ralston Could Appreciate


What started as a part day trip to Red Rock Canyon Nevada ended up being a full day excursion to get out of Icebox Canyon after Heather wrecked her knee on a descent in the slot canyon. Fortunately, our first help was search and rescue trainer Don Lester and his wife Theresa who just happens to be an RN. There were others too - Las Vegas Metro Police.... Clark County Fire Dept.... an Army guy and his friend.... the girl who offered her shirt to be used as ties for the splint. We owe you many thanks, but it's also important to say how tough Heather was to get out to the stretcher.... 2 miles and 5.5 hours later while descending and ascending bouldered paths in 80° weather.

107 files, last one added on Feb 16, 2016

Driving Down the Extra-Terrestrial Highway to the Little A Le Inn


Near Area 51 in Rachel, Nevada, we drove 40 miles out into the desert after driving up through Nevada Desert to get our Ancient / Modern Aliens on.

34 files, last one added on Apr 20, 2015

Mothman Festival: Point Pleasant West Virginia


I am a Man in Black... Galaxy Defender. Way south in West Virginia for the annual festival of Mothman, all things cryptids, and a little alien paranormal goodness thrown in.

162 files, last one added on Sep 27, 2015

Salem, Mass: Halloween and Witches and Maine and New Hampshire, too!


Heather and I went to Salem for Halloween weekend in 2014. Awesome costumes and a fairly calm, though packed, family fun weekend with a fair bit of sex-a costumes and devil horns in the mix.

101 files, last one added on Jan 31, 2015

Witch Hunting in Salem


The original 2000 pictures of Salem, Mass, famous for witch hunting that went on there and then became a metaphorical play by Arthur Miller - a good 1 too. All the same, I have more interest in George Burroughs than John Proctor.

7 files, last one added on Aug 23, 2007

Kecksburg UFO Festival: Die Glocke and Sasquatches


Was it the mysterious Nazi time machine that the government spirited away or something else? Every year, the town of Kecksburg and local researcher Stan Gordon come out to raise funds for the town and UFO awareness (as well as a lot of Bigfoot talk) in Western PA for a weekend.

31 files, last one added on Aug 27, 2016

Our Evening with the Ghosts of Shepardstown


In honor of the Destination America show, Heather and I drove to West Virginia for ghost hunting and general fun.

73 files, last one added on Aug 27, 2016

The best dinosaur display in the whole wide world (really!) - Carnegie Museum


For the dinosaurs, the animal mounts, or whatever you go there for, Carnegie kicks butt. Aron Ralston went there and Randy Pausch taught there, plus my cousin works for them. Good school.

81 files, last one added on Jan 29, 2011

Franklin Institute Dinosaurs


A fun day with the animatronic dinosaur world of Jurassic World

48 files, last one added on Jan 22, 2017

Squatchin' at Salt Fork State Park


It has been said that sasquatch in the form of the Ohio Grassman roams Salt Fork State Park. If this is true, we didn't see him, but we did experience a beautiful state park in southeastern Ohio, though.

109 files, last one added on Aug 27, 2016

Walker Stalker Convention 2016


Gotta love the Walking Dead, but not enough to pay those autograph / picture prices.

24 files, last one added on Oct 23, 2016

Beware of the blob... it creeps and leaps and glides and slides across the floor


Phoenixville's annual July celebration to commemorate all things Blob.

22 files, last one added on Aug 01, 2008

Star Wars Exhibit at the Franklin Institute


As anyone with taste in movies knows, Revenge of the Sith is the best movie ever, and while the latter trilogy is often disregarded by purists (for Jar Jar, the Gungans, and the kiddie faux Nascar feel of the pod races), I actually find the latter movies better than the original 3 better than Empire and Return. The original Star Wars is still 2nd on the list. Anyway, this is the complete collection of photos from the traveling technology exhibit.

35 files, last one added on May 21, 2008

Mount Hope Winery - Renaissance Faire, Celtic Fest, and Poe Evermore


We finally made it up to see Mount Hope's finest rendition of a Shakespearean English town, and it was well worth it. Check out my videos as well - though I must say that you're probably not priviliged enough to see the grape stomping!! Also, the renditions of the Celtic Fest and Poe's works (for better or worse - strange no matter what) are also here.

137 files, last one added on Aug 16, 2017

Paranormal Worlds


Pictures of all things ghostly and eerie.

72 files, last one added on Nov 05, 2016

Thar She Blows: Whale Watching at Lewes Beach


A great trip to Fisherman's Wharf Ocean and Bay Fishing and Cruising at Lewes Beach, Delaware. The captain went out of his way to stay out longer so we could see about 20 surfacings and jumpings by this whale. Great day! Not pictured - lots of porpoise jumps, which I just watched.

77 files, last one added on Aug 16, 2015

Letchworth State Park: The Best for a Reason


Voted the #1 state park in all of America for a reason... 3 huge waterfalls, tons of wildlife, starry skies, excellent geology, superb architecture, and overall cleanliness. Well worth a visit to the western side of the Finger Lakes in New York State.

195 files, last one added on Sep 30, 2015

Stonybrook State Park New York


A beautiful family park on the western side of New York by Dansville.

70 files, last one added on Sep 30, 2015

Where I Sort of "Lose" My Fear of Heights" - New York State Festival of Balloons


Tons of balloons and a small town festival vibe at the end of summer 2015.

117 files, last one added on Sep 30, 2015

Hudson River Walk


Rail Trails are awesome! They use existing resources and provide athletic destinations to average people in many forms. What's not to love... especially wen this 1.28mile bridge is over the Hudson at Poughkeepsie?

65 files, last one added on Jun 04, 2017

AAA Ephrata Rails to Trails


All of the images that people can see along the Ephrata to Warwick and on to Lititz Rails to Trails.

176 files, last one added on Jan 22, 2017

Sand Run Falls - Rappelling and waterfalls


Thanks to Ben Nevin and Sara Milatello for teaching us the fine art of rappelling at Tioga County's Sand Run Falls... check out the video of Heather on the big drop at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fV-DE_HIfeo&feature=youtu.be

91 files, last one added on Jul 04, 2015

Spruce Knob: A Steep Walk into the Clouds


Scott Brown http://www.stackpolebooks.com/contributorinfo.cfm?ContribID=13 (he of the guidebooks) says this is the best view in all of PA. It's either this or the Throne Room for me. There's a lot to fall in love with up here. The steep hike is challenging and it literally feels like it goes off the map at points. In the end, the view with all of the surrounding valleys is all intensive. The question is what do you want in your view? There's a lot of farms and roads and businesses in this view. In the main view of the Throne Room, it's more mountains. Really, it's a toss up.

177 files, last one added on Jun 06, 2014

The Thousand Steps up to Mill Creek Quarry


The most famous part of the Standing Stone Trail... (though there are better views from the Throne Room...)

346 files, last one added on Oct 18, 2015

The Throne Room Trail - All Mountains All of the Time


OK, so it's a part of the Standing Stone Trail, but it's THEE best part of the trail that I've seen. For this and for the fact it could be the best view in all of PA (See the Mid State Trail's Spruce Knob for its competition), it deserves its own album.

162 files, last one added on Jul 27, 2014

Butler Knob Shelter Weekend 2015: Freezing Cold Camping at Its Finest


October 30-31 hiking / camping trip with Neil... sub 32 temps and beautiful leaves... what more can you ask for?

98 files, last one added on Nov 01, 2015

Butler Knob Shelter Weekend 2016: A Little Warmer, but Still Cold


Hiking at Butler Knob Shelter and the Throne Room with Neil Brennen.

99 files, last one added on Oct 30, 2016

Standing Stone Trail Snow Hike 2016


A late February hike with Pete Fleszar through the snow and rocks of the Standing Stone Trail

106 files, last one added on Feb 27, 2016

Rocky Ridge Natural Area - Standing Stone Trail


From Frew Road, you can access this ridge where lots of boulders jut out in all directions. It seems to be a perfect place for fun if you're a kid or a kid at heart. It's even better when the wildflowers are blooming!

214 files, last one added on May 21, 2017

Greenwood Spur - Humidity and Rocks Hike 2016


68 files, last one added on Jul 23, 2016

The Top of the Standing Stone Trail - Greenwood Furnace State Park


Greenwood Furnace marks the northern entrance to the Standing Stone Trail. When you pass the church and get to the top of the mountain, you feel the winds, which are quite strong as the valley stretches out below. Beautiful scenery well worth the trek north in Central PA's fine mountains.

152 files, last one added on May 13, 2014

Thee Overnight Trip on the Standing Stone Trail: Through Midlife's Butt Kicking


What was meant to be 72 miles and 6 days ended up just under 20 and 2 days. From the blisters on my feet to drinking too much water and not being able to eat, I got whooped by day 2. The phone call went out at 2 and I got to Meadow Gap to be rescued by my trail angel at 730. That said, from April's hiking beginnings at Angel Falls to less than 4 months later, I was able to haul a huge 50+ pound pack over rocks and up hills with more "skill" than I ever had before. While I failed to make it, I still won by giving it my all and creating a benchmark to beat.

78 files, last one added on Oct 26, 2013

Sierra Club Hike on the Thousand Steps and the Standing Stone Trail


November 9th, 2014 - Route 655 south to the bottom of the Thousand Steps with 20 members of the Sierra Club and 1 dog. A splendid time was had by all. The weather warmed up, and we conquered 9 miles of the trail!

53 files, last one added on Jan 31, 2015

Sierra club hike to the throne room and butler knob


A sweltering hike in the middle of June to the Throne Room and Butler Knob with 9 brave souls, all of whom had lots of fun seeing as far as the haze of the day would allow them to. That said, we beat the rains until the way home.

47 files, last one added on Jun 15, 2015

Sierra club hike to Greenwood Furnace from Allensville Road


Greenwood Furnace from Allensville Road.

40 files, last one added on May 18, 2015

Sierra Club Hike to Monument Rock


Mid November hike from the Ramsey Path up through the Standing Stone Trail beyond Monument Rock.

88 files, last one added on Dec 23, 2015

SST Trail of the Year Festivities 2016


The Standing Stone Trail is a survivor and the 2016 PA DCNR Trail of the Year!

34 files, last one added on Jul 23, 2016

Rocks and Bear... Lehigh Gap Appalachian Trail


Slatington, Pennsylvania, is a beautiful old town. It's even better though when you look down on it and the Lehigh Gorge from atop the rockpile that stands over it.

207 files, last one added on Nov 12, 2016

Journeys to Bear Rocks, Knife's Edge, and Bake Oven Knob


Just off of the Appalachian Trail exists the wall of stone that is Bear Rocks. Dropping 80 feet on the other side, there are plenty of great adventures to be had if only a person walks in the mile or so to it. IF YOU KEEP GOING BEYOND THIS, you will eventually come to the even steeper Knife's Edge, which affords viewers a chance to see the front side of the mountain valley. A quarter of a mile in the other direction is Bake Oven Knob, which is also featured here, where a person can see the front side of the valley as well. Bear Rocks is all about the back valley.

187 files, last one added on Aug 14, 2015

Appalachian Trail Walks


The Appalachian Trail runs from Maine to Georgia, but this is primarily where it runs from Port Clinton and some other spot to the west where Brian and I hiked in 2000. However, the pictures from Swatara State Park, which the AT runs through, are also here.

112 files, last one added on Jul 21, 2014

Walks Above the Susquehana and Juniata RIvers: Hawk Rocks and Peters Mountain


Steep rocks to the top of the mountain lead to a graffiti-ed rock and a view of the Susquehana and Juniata.

250 files, last one added on Aug 16, 2017

Flat Rock - A Steep Walk into the Sky - Tuscarora Trail


Located at Col Denning State Park, this rock isn't very big, but the view definitely is. The hike is over 1000 feet. I figure it's about 1200, which accounts for a 750 ground level and a 2000 foot ceiling or so. Whatever it is (different accounts), it's steep, but it's beautiful.

131 files, last one added on May 21, 2015

Hawk Mountain Rock Walk 2017


Down through the River of Rocks and back up to the East Rocks, Hawk Mountains hard 4.7 miles offers lots of tough rock walks and 3 serious hand over hand ascents. The last one is 30 feet.

82 files, last one added on Aug 16, 2017

Where the raptors soar - Hawk Mountain


The sites we see while wandering up and down this bird sanctuary in northern Berks County (be they birds, trees, rocks, or ghosts!)

92 files, last one added on May 13, 2014

Way Above Berks County: The Pinnacle's Snakes and Bullfrog Love Orgies


While the Pinnacle is regarded as one of the best hikes in the local area, we got an extra special treat - the chirping and ribbiting of frogs as they called out for some fine Barry White style bullfrog lovin. I don't think we'll ever see it again, so for that, I'm glad I have the pictures to prove that we were there for it (something like that).

217 files, last one added on Jan 28, 2017

Fall Leaves and Water Lilies: French Creek State Park


There are some good things to see at French Creek. A loop trail around the lake and a trail up the mountain that really isn't that long. Also, there is frisbee golf. Other than that, nothing else comes to mind. Sorry.

149 files, last one added on Aug 16, 2017

The Extremest of Hikes - Going to See the Incerdible Grandeur at Sullivan Run


Sullivan Falls, Pigeon Falls, Bear Run Falls, and a lot of nameless little falls on Sullivan Run, which is a beautiful but scrambling around the sides trail right next to Ricketts Glen. It is beautiful, but be prepared to go belly button deep or through the brush to move through the creek above Sullivan Falls. This was described as Ricketts Glen before the trails went in, which is sort of true, but it's hard to be that awesome. Still, worth a trip if you go to Sullivan / Luzerne County for the weekend.

193 files, last one added on Jul 07, 2014

You Ain't Seen Nothing Like the Mighty Quinn Run


Thank you very much to Lakeland for showing me the land beyond Heberly Run, which features some small, but really cool waterfalls that you must ascend and descend to see (like Sullivan Run). A Very good day indeed!

77 files, last one added on Jul 31, 2013

Muddy Journey off the Beaten Path to Heberly Run


The rougher side of Sullivan Run (at least for cars) was a journey through mud and bogs on an ealry fall day in 2009. More photos will follow when the weather improves and we can feel warm while treking through the water to get to Big Falls and Lewis Falls. Until then, here is Upper and Lower Twin Falls.

34 files, last one added on Jan 01, 2010

Heberly Run in Snow and Ice


Waterfalling with Rusty and Steve up in SGL13. A few of the pictures at the end are theirs.

71 files, last one added on Jan 21, 2017

Heather's first trip to Ricketts Glen in Winter


So many great pictures from so many great photographers! Enjoy. Heather kicked butt on 16 foot Murray Reynolds and getting up about 30 feet to the ice cave in the top section of 36 foot Sheldon Reynolds. A great hike! Thanks for teaching, patience, and drive, Ben Nevin, who is a great climbing instructor / guide.

229 files, last one added on Jul 25, 2016

My Return to Ricketts Glen in Winter


Once, I never thought I would go back. I sold my ice axe and crampons after getting life insurance and getting rattled at the prospect of a rescue to pull out a young girl who went in unprepared (that could be me?!). Nevertheless, I rebought gear and went in with Steve D. and we conquered the top 4 falls on both sides. The ice was super sweet, and it was a great hike. I can't wait to go back!

118 files, last one added on Mar 03, 2014

Ricketts Glen Winter - 2008 and Before


The best time to see my favorite PA site to visit. Ricketts Glen - 22 waterfalls of size over a 7.2 mile loop in beautiful Sullivan County. All the same, ALL winter journeys are over for this married man, but if you have questions about what you want to see, just ask. That said, my crampons and ice ax have been sold, so gone are the days of venturing into the extreme and the icy.

130 files, last one added on Feb 08, 2008

Ricketts Glen Fall


Fall is also a great time to be amongst the waterfalls though there isn't much foliage colors to be seen except when you're entering into the woodlands. That said, there are still a healthy mix of colors here and ther that definitely make it worth your while.

140 files, last one added on Oct 11, 2009

What Used to be Be the Greatest of Days: Ricketts Glen in Spring and Summer


Spring is great for Ricketts because the greens are so electric. Summer can be really hot and often, there isn't much water coming down through. Rainy mornings are the best. If only I could win Powerball and end up living near there permanently, I would be a very happy person.

312 files, last one added on Jul 27, 2014

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