We took a Drive to the Delaware Water gap. We explored the city of Delaware Water Gap and decided on a trolley tour.
Waiting for the Trolly.
When we got on we wanted to sit up front, in the first seat and some punk kid pushed his way to it before us! So we were in the 2nd seat, this seat had way less leg room for my tall boy!
If you look closely you can see the headstones built right into the back wall of this church! This is the only church that survived the Indian war.
There is an Indian face in this mountain. It is a profile shot.
In this cave it is always 38 degrees. No matter how hot or cold it is outside. During the 50’s there was a restaurant built here and they would open the doors and let the cool air in as AC in the summer. They also stored all of their food in the cave. Free refrigeration. This is a trick they learned from the Indians. The Indians used this cave as a storage place for food. You are not allwed in the cave right now because the bats who live in the cave have something wrong with them.
This is the heart of the Delaware Water Gap.
Pete and I in the Delaware Water Gap
We had such a great afternoon!
We ended the tour on the Appalachian Trail!