Photos: Camping, Woodstock, and Cooperstown

Monday, August 17, 2009

Over the weekend Stef and I took a weekend trip upstate for some more camping. This time we stayed at Soaring Eagle Campground way up by Honesdale, Pennsylvania. the main purpose of the trip for us was to visit The Museum at Bethel Woods, on the site of Woodstock. On Saturday we took a spur of the moment trip to Cooperstown, New York, a mere 90 minutes from the camp site, and toured the National Baseball Hall of Fame.

This week I will post some select photos from the weekend for your enjoyment.

Here is a view of the upper portion of the Delaware River as seen form the camp ground. Those objects that look like elevated sewer pipes and manhole covers are fire pits. One of the activities you could do at this camp site was go tubing down the river. It was something that Stef and I had planned to do before we left, but the excursion to Cooperstown somehow scratched the original plans.

Here are a few more photos for you to gaze upon.

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