Being in the wilderness has it's advantages being without technology as you get left alone to enjoy said wilderness without cell phones ringing or having to check email, face book and the like. On the flip side you can't call anyone, send email or post on face book either. That is why BLOG posts don't come regularly, and I actually have to read back blogs to see where I left off. How quickly the past becomes a distant memory.
Any way the next stop on the summer trip as referred by some fellow campers was the Grand Canyon of the East in NY. The PA. Grand Canyon was more of a grand valley compared to this one in Letchworth State Park where the 14,000 acre park was donated to the state of NY by William Pryor Letchworth. His home is now is now the B&B and restaurant The Glen Iris. The canyon is carved by the Genesee River and 3 dramatic waterfalls, one of which is 107 feet high, make it one of the most notable examples of waterfall scenery in the Eastern US. A hundreds of feet high railroad bridge, which will be torn down but still used today gave me a perch to get the rainbow in the falls picture. Of course there were signs advising not to go up there but to me was an invitation to do just that. There are 66 miles of hiking trails through out the park and a trike ride on the twisty hilly road to the falls was both fun and challenging. The camp ground was nice with 30 amp. service, and there are cabins to rent, river rafting, and hot air balloon rides. Not a place to hurry through.
Now back at my sisters place in Canonsburg Pa. and heading out today for the final leg of this trip to 4 Paws Kingdom Campground in Rutherfordton NC. where it's all about the dogs, for a Tin Can Tourist Rally featuring older restored campers, the vehicles not the people, and then the haul ass home to be open for the annual Withlacoochee trail ride and Bikes and BBQ in beautiful down town Floral City.