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Spending the Day with my Niece at Glen Onoko


A day out with my niece at Glen Onoko and Jim Thorpe with a stop at Cabela's along the way.

52 files, last one added on Jun 24, 2012

In the Land of the Molly Maguires (Jim Thorpe)


AThe picturesque town of Jim Thorpe and the Old Jail that you can still visit to check out the historical executions of the Molly Maguires.

62 files, last one added on Mar 10, 2015

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!

127 files, last one added on Nov 12, 2017

Ithaca is Gorges or Fences - It's All Relative


The waterfalls of the Ithaca area - as many of the 100 in 10 miles that we could possibly get to! Just don't try to kill yourself - they have nets on the bridges to stop you (and ruin the natural view for the rest of us who have no interest in trying to use nature to shuffle ourselves off this mortal coil).

250 files, last one added on Feb 01, 2015

The Best Waterfall in New York State - Taughannock State Park


And yes, I am familiar with Niagara Falls (but I have no interest to go back to that national disgrace). However, this Cayuga Lake feeding waterfall in the Finger Lakes is not only the best waterfall in the Ithaca area, but it's the best waterfall that I've seen in the entire state.

103 files, last one added on Jan 31, 2015

Ludlowville Falls - Beautiful in all seasons, but spectacular in winter


About 20 minutes or so out of town and up the lake, but well worth the trip... especially in winter. Bring your microspikes and your bravery after a cold spell. You'll be glad you did.

53 files, last one added on Jan 31, 2015

Robert Treman State Park - A Trip to Lucifer's Falls


The home of Lucifer's Falls - another great (and huge) waterfall in the Ithaca area.

94 files, last one added on Feb 01, 2015

The Erosive Beauty of Watkins Glen


Not the racetrack since road racing is only fun if you're Boris Said, Ron Fellows, and Robbie Gordon, but alas... Watkins Glen is a sweet chasm of geological and erosive wonder underneath the Finger Lakes of central New York. That said, it takes forever to get up there.

173 files, last one added on Aug 03, 2008

Lake Seneca Minus the Wineries


Situated in central New York, this finger lake which provides the water for Watkins Glen and a ton of boaters and birds is quite scenic - even if you're not a wino looking to visit the wineries.

24 files, last one added on Aug 02, 2008

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

Longwood Gardens Tulips Spring 2017


A full display of all of the beautiful tulips of Longwood!

157 files, last one added on Apr 30, 2017

Heather's Spring 2014 Longwood Gardens Pictures


A trip to Longwood Gardens in mid-April. After the cold of winter, it was too soon for the tulips, but Heather took these beautiful pictures anyway.

154 files, last one added on May 12, 2014

Trips into the mountains of north central PA: World's End State Park


Just to the north of Ricketts is Worlds End, a giant mountain that features superb views of the Loyalsock Creek. The path along the way up is very steep and vanishes so that's another issue, but my greatest argument against the park is closing for winter hikers. Personally, we stand by the right and privilege of any free American to take risks (for Abbey's sake), but alas... in this lawsuit happy world of scumbags like Jon Edwards...

104 files, last one added on May 27, 2013

Weekends Spent With The Elk of Elk County PA


For the last weekend of June in 2012, Heather and I drove the nearly 4 hour trek to northern PA's WIlds region to find some really cool elk. What we got was a herd coming through the dark for breakfast on Saturday, weather too cool to swim and to warm to hike, and a lot of great scenery. Can't wait to go back in the fall!

68 files, last one added on Sep 04, 2013

Thee Place for Extreme Kayaking or Just Hiking - Hornbecks Creek


While we were technically there before (Indian Ladders is the top of Hornbecks Creek), the real deal stuff is from the bottom of 209. There are 3 falls with a gorge in between 1+2 that features a series of 10+ foot un-named falls that make for extreme kayaking fun - time to learn how to do that (and get a good insurance policy and health care plan!!!).

103 files, last one added on Dec 21, 2010

Biggest Waterfall in Pennsylvania - Raymondskill


And so it was that in June of 2009 we finally tagged the bottom of Raymondskill (3rd visit). Almost 200 feet tall (ff you count both falls as 1), it's definitely a must see - but mostly for what's at the bottom.

68 files, last one added on Dec 21, 2010

Tumbling Waters - A short walk into the woods - the first waterfall on PA209


The first waterfall on the Route 209 circuit. There is the 2 upper falls and the 1 lower falls, which are all really neat and quite challenging to get at from the bottom. That said, if all you see is the lower falls, do them in summer and check out the glistening green ferns that fill the creekside.

129 files, last one added on Dec 20, 2010

Trips to Northern PA's Other Mega Waterfall - Bushkill Falls


Yes, it's bigger than anything at Ricketts, but you also have to pay additional funds to get in AND they have this thing about not letting people in to hike during the winter. Personally, in the words of my personal hero Bill O' Reilly, we think that is ridiculous.

166 files, last one added on May 29, 2012

The Waterfalls and Images of PA209


Raymondskill, Tumbling Waters, Silverthread, and Dingman's Falls are all included in this album. More updates in the fall when the leaves start to change!

194 files, last one added on May 29, 2012

I Finally Made it to the Wave


On the 4th time, he made it to see Coyote Buttes and the Wave. WOO HOO!!! The toughest hike ever. All the same, he learned Crash Davis' rule - "DON'T THINK! IT CAN ONLY HURT THE BALLCLUB!"

29 files, last one added on Sep 16, 2007

Zion National Park - Best Park on the Colorado Plateau


Red Yosemite in all of its glory. If you go there, you will clearly love the Zion Narrows or you're a communist spy and traitor to all that is America. Someday, we're going back and doing the Subway, Angel's Landing, Orderville Canyon, and some of the other slots. Someday.

171 files, last one added on Jun 07, 2010

Real Deal American Ghosts at Mesa Verde


My favorite national park, which is famous for the archaeological ruins that are preserved here. While you can wander the mesa tops and sides, it's really all about the cliff dwellings.

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Where Britney Sang About not Being a Girl + Not Being a Woman: Antelope Canyon


And yes, the Navajos do use this as a selling point when they take you on a tour of both sections of this awesome slot canyon.

119 files, last one added on Jul 29, 2016

Visions of hoodoos and weathered fins - Bryce Canyon


The best new place I visited in 2007's desert odyssey. The ampitheater is an incredible view and an amazing place to hike around. Highly recommended by the good folks at this website.

98 files, last one added on Jun 08, 2010

Painted Deserts and Rock Solid Lumber - Petrified Forest


From the NPS - Over 200 million years ago, the logs washed into an ancient river system + were buried quick + deep enough by massive amounts of sediment + debris also carried in the water, that oxygen was cut off + decay slowed to a process that would now take centuries. Minerals absorbed into the porous wood over hundreds + thousands of years crystallized within the cellular structure, replacing the organic material as it broke down over time. Here large jewel-like crystals of clear quartz, purple amethyst, yellow citrine, + smoky quartz formed.

53 files, last one added on Jun 08, 2010

Hole in the rock park - Arches National Park


Delicate Arch and the scenery of these amazing geological wonders of the Southwest. Over the years, I've seen more and more of it, but the temperatures are just too unbearable to truly spend a day there. That said, I dream of going back and doing the Fiery Furnace.

112 files, last one added on Jul 29, 2016

Viewed from the Waters of Lake Powell - Rainbow Bridge


We weren't able to do many things during vacation 2010, but we did make it to this place, but before it was over, we ended up getting super sick and going out of commission the whole next day. Prior to that, here were the views of the scenery (Rainbow Bridge!) from Glen Canyon and the dam that created Lake Powell.

69 files, last one added on Jun 02, 2010

Waterholes Canyon - A Short Trip from Page


Waterholes Canyon is located on Navajo land right outside of Page, Arizona. It costs about $11 to get in, and the trail is actually a rocklined avenue through to the bottom of the fenced in area. When you get there, it's actually more narrow than it looks.

Definitely a fun hike.

25 files, last one added on Jun 06, 2010

Paria Canyon: Home of the Wave and slot canyons


Everyone makes such a big deal about the Grand Canyon, but Paria is a lot quieter and they have Buckskin Gulch, the Toadstool Trail, and the Wave.

29 files, last one added on Sep 13, 2007

The Big Walls of the Great Ditch - Grand Canyon


I know I said that I would never go back there, but seeing as I'm going below the rim, I now have an excuse to go back in there.
I still meant it when I said that there is no reason to go to this park if all you're going to do is take pictures of the rim because you'll just want to throw annoying kids, annoying dogs, and angry touristy types over the edge. That said, I'm probably angry to state that.

85 files, last one added on Jul 29, 2016

In the Desert Solitaire - Abbey's Colorado Plateau


The Colorado Plateau. Soon to be updated again because nothing beats slots canyons and the beautiful meditative silence of the desert except Reese Witherspoon, but seeing as she is not in my life, I'll have to "settle" for the desert.

90 files, last one added on Jul 29, 2016

On the Road to See the Ghosts of Northern Arizona: Cliff Dwellers Arizona


Right before the Navajo Bridge, you will come to this little stop, and while it's a roadside attraction and Navajo jewelry stop, it's actually a really cool place to stretch the legs and imagine the ghosts of great warriors come and gone as you marvel at the rocks and houses built up against them.

13 files, last one added on Apr 12, 2011

Ute Mountain Tribal park: A day with the Ancient Spirits:


The unspoiled Native American run part of Mesa Verde, which is really cool, but you're at the mercy of where the Utes want to take you. Not that there is anything wrong with that, but it's not a guarantee what you're getting until you get there.

16 files, last one added on Apr 12, 2011

The Great Big Hole in the Arizona Landscape - Meteor Crater


The tourist trap that is the first proven meteor strike of serious magnitude on our planet - and what a big hole it is!!

20 files, last one added on Jun 08, 2010

Getting Lost in Abbey's world - Canyonlands National Park + Newspaper Rock


The Utah equivalent of the Grand Canyon in all of its above the river glory, which is to say it's basically a nice view, but a long drive out into the middle of nowhere. Someday, we're going to do the Grand Gallery and see the sights from the floor of the canyon. Of this, I dream!

34 files, last one added on Jul 29, 2016

The other park of the Colorado Plateau - Capitol Reef


For what is there and what is the geological wonder of this national park, it's a great place to visit once, but as a fellow traveller asked me, "what's there?" not much if you're not a rock hound scientist, but it's definitely worth 1 visit - esp. if you like picking all the fruit you can eat from the orchards.

22 files, last one added on Sep 16, 2007

The Secret World of Clear Creek Canyon


North of Phoenix is a creek that you can wander and hike / swim through. It's pretty peaceful, but in all honesty, it's more about flyfishing than it is about hiking.

14 files, last one added on Aug 23, 2007

In the City of Sin: Las Vegas PIctures


Pictures from Heather's 40th birthday trip to Las Vegas for fun and excitement. At least there was excitement, adventure, and $3 in gambling.

60 files, last one added on May 18, 2015

Standing on the Edge of the Hoover Dam


Lake Mead boat tour, down into Hoover Dam, and up above Hoover Dam... our trip on Heather's 40th birthday.

58 files, last one added on Apr 20, 2015

Having Close Encounters at Devil's Tower


The fine site that became the backdrop for Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind. Yes, before Richard Dreyfuss did a lame turn as Mr. Holland, he was cool in Jaws and Close Encounters. So to that, I say, "ROY!! ROY!!!" Yep... prayer blankets, native American myths about giant bears and princesses and a really cool geological wonder.

Hell yeah.

19 files, last one added on Jul 20, 2014

Super Volcano Waiting to Go Off - Yellowstone National Park!


Now that I've scanned ALL of the stuff (instead of just SOME of the stuff), it seemed like it would be a good idea to make these photos into their own album (that and they're beautiful). So see them to inspire yourself to see the real thing before the super volcano goes off and destroys the entire western part of America.

95 files, last one added on Jan 14, 2010

The Grandest of the Grand Tetons Photos


Since I lost all of my photos in 2000 due to exposing my film, these are the 2002 pictures to make up for those lost pictures.

20 files, last one added on Jul 19, 2014

Nobody Ever Conquered Wyoming from the Left or from the Right


Scowlin' Dick Cheney's home of the Grand Tetons. Yellowstone and Devil's Tower are different albums since they have so many pictures that they need to stand alone!

23 files, last one added on Jul 20, 2014

The Lure of Honeycombs' License Plates and South Dakota


When I was a kid, I was obsessed with the image of Mount Rushmore on the license plate of South Dakota. When I was an adult (2000), I finally made it to this awesome state. My images are from 2000 and 2002, but hopefully, 2008 will be another chance to visit this great state on the high plains.

90 files, last one added on Jul 19, 2014

Craters of the Moon Idaho: A Journey into the Earth


In 2002, I drove out west, and I stopped at the really cool named Craters of the Earth. The rocks were fun to play around on, but it was like many things in the great empty west - EMPTY. That said, the natural caves that were buried beneath the debris of geology's forces were really cool.

19 files, last one added on Dec 31, 2011

Going Out West...


Where they'll appreciate me.
Hopefully, just like Tom Waits sings, I'll look good without a shirt on when I'm hiking the canyons and deserts of all things in the South West and great void between the Rockies and the Sierras.

44 files, last one added on Jul 21, 2014

No One Can Dream a Place Like California


The coast, the desert, the mountains, the cities, the stinky-footed hippies and the anti-2nd amm. behavior of those San Franciscans (although they do have a cool city otherwise). Yep - in the words of Jay Farrar, "no one can dream a place like California..."

96 files, last one added on Jul 21, 2014

Great Serpent Mound: Ohio's Mound Builders Prize Creation


5 files, last one added on Jan 21, 2014

The American World of Monuments and Granite on the Potomac: Washington DC


A truly awesome city with so much history and emotion. I look to DC in the summer of 05 as the catalyst to who I currently am politically and personally. I could go down there every couple months and never grow tired of the monuments and museums.

147 files, last one added on May 19, 2014

The Museums in DC


Various pictures from the Smithsonian Museums, which were taken over the years.

222 files, last one added on May 19, 2014

Assassination Chic - The Booth Escape Trail - An Act of Treason Revisited


A work in progress. We start with Ford's Theater where Lincoln was shot. We move on to the Surratt Tavern and the Mudd House with the Peterson House thrown in for good measure. Eventually, as time and money and weather cooperate, I'll get the other stops, too.

86 files, last one added on Sep 10, 2012

Monticello's Beauty in Architecture and Nature


Heather loves HGTV and I think Jefferson is the greatest president we ever had. Is it any wonder that we went to his former mansion outside Charlottesville?

35 files, last one added on Sep 18, 2008

Mount Vernon - America's "First" President's Home


Ok, so it's not like Jefferson's home, but it's still nice - save the LONG waits to get into the mansion. And yes, it's true that Washington wasn't really a man of words (we can't all be Jefferson), but it is American history and it has a great view of the Potomac and a cool weathervane on top!

46 files, last one added on Apr 09, 2009

Washington Crossing Pennsylvania: A Re-enactment for Kicking Hessian Ass


In 1776, General George changed everything by saying to Hell with decorum as he launched an attack on the Hessian garrison at Trenton by taking his men over the Delaware River. http://www.ushistory.org/washingtoncrossing/ Taking men that were pretty much down and out to the point that some of them didn't even have boots and making Ten Crucial Days work for the American revolutionary cause, George ensured his leadership would drive America to a new place in the world. These are pictures of the Christmas re-enactment of said daring venture.

22 files, last one added on Dec 29, 2013

USS Wisconsin: Battleship in Virginia Beach


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

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


Random images from the beach and town of Virginia Beach.

110 files, last one added on May 17, 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

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

The Gorge at Conkle's Hollow


One of the many joys of Hocking Hills Ohio (like nothing else in Ohio). The gorge is 1/2 mile walk in on flat ground, but it's sweet with the walls and the natural images - even if it's a paved path until you get to the end. Next time I go back, I'm going for the 2.5 mile rim walk, which is supposed to be incredible.

27 files, last one added on Oct 26, 2013

Hocking Hills Rock House: A Little Bit of Mesa Verde in Ohio


One of the many joys of Hocking Hills Ohio (like nothing else in Ohio). If it wasn't for the green, I'd think I was at Mesa Verde. My photos in the cave are a little dark, but if you go there at the right time, you can get the light shining in for fantastic shots. http://www.hockinghills.com/parks/p_rock.htm They're there for the taking - if you get there at the right time.

24 files, last one added on Oct 26, 2013

Cantwell Cliffs: Waterfalls, Tight Canyons, and Midwestern Beauty.


One of the many joys of Hocking Hills Ohio (like nothing else in Ohio). There are paths through the cliffs that feel like slot canyons in the middle of the woods. A relatively short trail with some amphitheaters for Native American dwellings.

34 files, last one added on Oct 26, 2013

The Starting Point for Hocking Hills: Old Man's Cave


One of the many joys of Hocking Hills Ohio (like nothing else in Ohio) - if you don't have to deal with the crowds. There were way too many people there when I went. After seeing this and the dried up waterfalls, I had to say that nature was beautiful, but most people need to stay in the cities - especially if they bring their annoying kids who just clog up the trails.

24 files, last one added on Sep 08, 2013

Pictures that Almost Weren't: Mad River Kayaking Trip


The Mad River was a learning experience until I went in the river going down a tiny waterfall. Then, it sucked because I thought I lost my $250 waterproof camera. Fortunately, my brother in law found it in the front of my kayak when they recovered it. After that, it was a relaxing ride down a swift current.

33 files, last one added on Nov 05, 2016

Swatara State Park: Digging for Fossils


While they truck in the dirt, it's still fun to break the rocks and to see if we can find anything. It's also a jumping on spot for the Appalachian Trail

29 files, last one added on Aug 10, 2015

Southern Lancaster County Forest: Tucquan Glen


A Lancaster County recreational area to play in.

48 files, last one added on Nov 07, 2017

The Country Parks of York County - Nixon County Park, Lakes Williams and Redmon


Not so big hills and a creek that rolls through to view out on the surrounding lakes area go along well with a museum that houses some find taxidermy and some interesting natural finds. The pictures of Lake Williams with ice include bald eagles, who are nesting in the area. Beautiful stuff!

145 files, last one added on Jun 15, 2015

Susqhueannock State Park + York Lock 12 - Days Spent along the River


These pictures include many of the images that can be seen by driving south from Lancaster to the Susquehana RIver. Susquehannock State Park is a series of views on a cliff with minimal forest walking. Lock 12 has some nice walks too as well as waterfalls.

143 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2018

The Bald Eagles of Conowingo Dam


Come and visit the bald eagles of Conowingo Dam, which is located about 1 hour south of Lancaster at the top of Maryland on the Susquehana River.

54 files, last one added on Apr 06, 2017

Elk Neck State Park: Chesapeake Bay Views


Elk Neck State Park is located on the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland. A very beautiful park with a short walk to a lighthouse.

24 files, last one added on Mar 22, 2014

The top of the Chesapeake - Havre de Grace


Located at the top of the Chesapeake Bay is Havre de Grace, a nice little bayside town that is more than worth a visit.

30 files, last one added on Nov 09, 2013

Along the Chesapeake - Annapolis


Valentine's Day 2015 Trip to Annapolis, where it was freezing cold!

21 files, last one added on Feb 17, 2015

Journeys to the Waterfalls of Maryland


Right now, it's just the Great Falls of the Potomac, Muddy Creek Falls, and Swallow Falls, but someday... there will be more. You can help the cause by sending lots of money. I'm just saying.

125 files, last one added on Mar 17, 2019

Deep Creek Lake in Maryland: Kayaking and Summer Fun


Deep Creek Lake in Maryland is actually on the western side of the state not far from the playground world of West Virginia's woodlands. Heather and I went with her friends Kelly and Ted and enjoyed the wonderful pursuit of kayaking together... and she didn't even kill me!!!

21 files, last one added on Aug 28, 2011

Far above the Clouds in the Shenandoahs


Multiple trips to the stegasaurus plates of Virginia that begin at Front Royal and head on down through the great state of Virginny...

121 files, last one added on Oct 24, 2010

Smokey Mountains 2016 Vacation


Our visit to the Smokies with Will, Heidi, Liam, and Zach in all its glory.

166 files, last one added on Apr 17, 2016

The Smokey Mountains


Yes, they were beautiful, but no, I really didn't get to see them properly. As is, going with the X wasn't exactly a trek through nature kind of time, but all the same, a definite must see. Some day, I will go back and see Pigeon Forge and Dollywood.

15 files, last one added on Oct 24, 2010

Conasauga Falls - As the Thunder Roars, the Hike Continues


Located in the Cherokee National Forest in Tennessee, this sweet 30 foot or so set of blocks creates a fair bit of drops from one level to the next. It's not a long trail (less than 2 miles round trip), and it's very manicured, though at the end, it gets a little rougher with debris. Nevertheless, there are stairs to the end, so that makes up for it. I actually ran down the beginning part of the trail and didn't worry about tripping. Coming up wasn't bad, but it is a little bit of elevation. The thunder that I heard while walking down sounded very prolonged and close to where I was. In fact, I thought the angels would bowl me over at some points.

17 files, last one added on May 22, 2013

Honeymoon in + around Elkins, West Virginia - it's not Deliverance


The various photos from Elkins, West Virginia, where Ol' Girl and I went on our honeymoon.

116 files, last one added on Dec 19, 2010

Red Rocks Means Coal Mine Pollution: Douglas Falls, WVa


Douglas Falls is actually polluted by all of the effects that have come from mining way back when. That said, if you don't know why things are reddish / orange, they actually look kind of beautiful. Just don't swim in the water!

54 files, last one added on Aug 28, 2011

The Waterfalls of West Virginia that We've Seen


This folder contains Beachy Run, Dolly Sods, Blackwater Falls, and the Falls of Hill Creek.

206 files, last one added on Jul 14, 2012

Hiking at Seneca Rocks and Spruce Knob - "Away, rain and fog!!"


The 2 big mountains of West Virginia that we took on, Spruce Knob (the tallest) and Seneca Rocks (the one we walked up) are on display here.

86 files, last one added on Oct 11, 2009

We're all Aboard for Ghosts and Insanity at the Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum


The site of some serious haunting that was documented by the TAPS guys (soon to be by the Ghost Adventurer wimps), the trans allegheny lunatic asylum ia a really cool spot for psychologists too as it once housed the "not right" (whether they were truly not right or just dumped off by family).

42 files, last one added on Oct 04, 2009

Saying no to terrorism with the ultimate in heroism - Flight 93 Memorial


A powerful statement of America's true spirit and rememberance to the heroes who fought back on that September day.

29 files, last one added on Jun 03, 2008

Walks into History - Wandering Amongst the Ghosts of Gettysburg


The greatest historical site of Pennsylvania, hands down, and you don't even have to be a Civil War buff to appreciate it.

157 files, last one added on Jul 12, 2013

With a Rebel Yell, it's going to take a little longer than we thought - Manassas


Whether you call it Bull Run or Manassas, it's definitely a powerful moment in American history. As the crowds watched and the politicians assassinated the careers of anyone who dared to say that the Civil War would last longer than a modern baseball season, the first shots were fired just south of DC. When it was over, the North was defeated and running back to their homes in the North and the generals were training men to continue a 4-year bloodbath across the hills, valleys, and cities of our country.

31 files, last one added on Sep 09, 2012

Remembering Antietam: The Battlefield and the Illumination


The pictures of the illumination are a little rough, but the sentiment of 1 candle lit paper bag for every dead or injured soldier in the momentous Civil War battle (23,000) is one of honor and commitment, which means a lot to me. Definitely worth the trip. http://www.nps.gov/anti/planyourvisit/luminary.htm

105 files, last one added on Aug 27, 2016

Burning of Chambersburg


The annual tribute to the town that was ransacked and burned down by Confederates in retaliation for Northern aggression in the South. Some Confederates resisted and helped the town in the time of damage and pain. One Colonel actually disobeyed a direct order to do this, and gave up his position. A very powerful dramatization.

34 files, last one added on Nov 13, 2017

The National Civil War Museum


The National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, PA, is definitely worth a visit. If you do Gettysburg, Antietam, and Harper's Ferry, but leave this off your trip, then you're a farb.

15 files, last one added on May 20, 2008

Lots of Deer Used to Run Around at Valley Forge


Deer, monuments, and all the other things that make Valley Forge a spectacular stop on the Revolutionary War trail.

79 files, last one added on Mar 09, 2012

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

Philadelphia's Chinese Lantern Festival and Independence Hall


Colorful animals presented in an inflated kind of psychedelic light show way... that and Independence Hall / The Liberty Bell.

A splendid time was had by all.

85 files, last one added on Jun 22, 2018

Reading Air Show; A Day Back in World War 2


Every year, the airport at Reading commemorates DDay with a multi-day air show. In 2013, Heather and i went to it.

52 files, last one added on Aug 07, 2013

Old Time Flight Days Bethel 2017


Old airplanes and $25 a flight to pumpkin bomb the world down in the valley in front of the Appalachian Trail on Route 78 in Pennsylvania. How can you go wrong?!!

64 files, last one added on Jan 08, 2018

Lake Tobias Wildlife Park


79 files, last one added on Jan 27, 2019

Lehigh Valley Zoo: Food for the Lorikeets


An awesome day to be big kids at the Lehigh Valley Zoo. We got to feed the giraffes, goats, and lorikeets, and lorikeets got to eat my ear wax!

86 files, last one added on Sep 16, 2018

The Mystery of Our Times: Why You Build a Fort So Close to an Airport - Fort Mifflin


Apparently, there are a lot of stupid questions in the world, but as to having a revolutionary war fort being rendered young in comparison the airport. by tourists.. yeah. Alas, for history and hauntings, this is outside the Philly airport.

29 files, last one added on Oct 24, 2010

Bube's Brewery Murder Mystery


17 files, last one added on Oct 21, 2017

Okefenokee Swamp: Gators with Will and Heidi


Waycross, Georgia, Okefenokee Swamp with Will and Heidi spring 2017

184 files, last one added on Apr 02, 2017

Little Talbot Island off Jacksonville, Florida


North of Jacksonville with Will, Heidi, Liam, and Zac

48 files, last one added on Apr 06, 2017

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