Category Archives: Pennsylvania

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Susquehanna Foliage Season

Turns out that places other than New England have fall foliage. Like the Susquehanna River valley in central Pennsylvania. I happened to be there at the absolute peak in late October. None of the reds of Vermont, but still spectacular viewed while cruising the river. [Click photo or headline for full post.] The bridge is the Rockville Bridge, considered the longest masonry stone-arch bridge in […]

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Susquehanna, October

Susquehanna River, central Pennsylvania, early October: Fall takes its time arriving, the leaves take their time turning and the river keeps flowing.

Also posted in Autumn, Susquehanna River, water, Watersheds
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Susquehanna Dusk

Another of the nightly summer spectacles on the mighty Susquehanna River, Speeceville, PA. It’s been a busy summer, and I’m just catching up. More to come.

Also posted in reflections, rivers, Susquehanna River, Watersheds
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Millersburg, PA

Millersburg, PA, in September. One of those great Susquehanna River towns and home of the last known all-wooden double stern-wheel ferry in America, or so the sign says. Twenty-five miles upriver from Harrisburg.

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Susquehanna Summer: Up

A more complete gallery of black and white images from my trip down the Susquehanna River is finally up on the site: Link to it here. All of these are from my roughly 440-mile trek down the Susquehanna on foot and by canoe from its origin in Otsego Lake in Cooperstown, NY, a couple of blocks from the Baseball Hall of Fame, to its end in […]

Also posted in black & white, Susquehanna River
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Keystone State

Always lots to see in Pennsylvania. Top, Susquehanna River, Dauphin, sunset. Below, deal, Perry County.

Also posted in canoeing, rivers, Susquehanna River