|Ariel view of the Grand Canyon of Pa - I took this off of one of the information boards.|
You can see the rail trail to the left of Pine Creek (yes that is a creek!)
Before we knew it, we had gone about 10 miles (time flies when you are with your framily!) and it was time for lunch. We had a gorgeous setting for lunch.
|Tiadaghton Camping Area|
It sure would make for some nice RV sites...no power.....but the view would be oh so worth it. Getting your RV there would be another story. ;-)
We had such a fun afternoon....laughter was definitely the key. I think we all talked non-stop catching up.
|Syl, Gin, and Dan|
|Such fun times! Syl, me, Gin|
|Having fun with the framily!|
We would stop along the way to take in the scenery. There were several "runs" where water would be trickling down....and then we saw this....
|Gorgeous waterfalls at Turkey Path|
|Dan and I|
There was a boardwalk of steps to the top...about a mile in distance. Dan started up the steps but came back down. It was steep, covered in slime and very slippery.
We continued our pedaling...
|Dan enjoying the scenery|
|The trail followed Pine Creek|
All in all, we did about 20 miles of the trail. The weather was gorgeous, the scenery beautiful and the company fantastic. After the bike ride, we went over to the campground where Gin and Syl are staying.
|View from Gin and Syl's site|
This past weekend, we celebrated Dan's Mother's birthday. We went out to dinner on Saturday night and then celebrated with cake and ice cream on Sunday.
|Beautiful birthday cake made by Jessie...Dan's niece|
|Hunter and Caden playing iwth Abby.|
It was a fun time with family.
Last night, our friend Doug called and said that the vet was coming to perform surgery on one of their cows. He asked if I wanted to see it! Heck yeah.....so off we went. We arrived at the farm right after the vet did. The cow's stomach had twisted needed medical intervention. The surgery was performed right there in the milk house. It was awesome to see...no pictures as I didn't want to distract the vet from doing her job...and I figured that not too many people would want to see pictures of that on the blog! I told Doug that next year, I was going to work-camp at the farm. :-) I think a pair of pink muck boots are in order! :-) Thanks again Doug!!