LENNI LENA’PE  ~ THE TRUE PEOPLE OF THE POCONOS

LENNI LENA’PE ~ THE TRUE PEOPLE OF THE POCONOS

Long before Europeans, the Lenni Lena’pe called this area home. These Native Americans were the first inhabitants of the Pocono Mountains, having settled in the area over 10,000 year ago. Lena’pe is pronounced “Leh-NAH-pay” and it means “the people.” Sometimes…

The Zane Grey's... an unusal love story

The Zane Grey’s… an unusal love story

The Zane Grey House, a National Park overlooking the Lackawaxen and Delaware Rivers in prominent view of the Roebling Bridge, is a must see in the area.  The boat launch directly in front of the home is ideal for eagle…

DO YOU BELIEVE IN GHOSTS?

DO YOU BELIEVE IN GHOSTS?

UNREGISTERED GUESTS? Have you ever visited a place that you never wanted to leave? Be careful what you wish for… Do you believe in ghosts? Whether you do or you don’t, there are certainly some strange happenings that beg for…

TIMELESS RELAXATION - Kayaking

TIMELESS RELAXATION – Kayaking

One of my favorite things to do is kayak down the Delaware River. Why? Well, it is one of the best ways to completely relax (unless dark clouds suddenly appear and quickly get closer and closer, you hear thunder and…

Hawley Silk Mill

THE HAWLEY SILK MILL

A Community Jewel – Then and Now I recently taught an improvisational comedy workshop in the Boiler Room at the Hawley Silk Mill. It is one class of several being offered to the community as a New Year gift, courtesy…

THE TOW PATH

THE TOW PATH

A Closer Look In April I had written an article on a round house located in what used to be called Baoba along the towpath. I received a number of responses and some additional bits of information but still have…

DUNDER MIFFLIN

DUNDER MIFFLIN

Fact, Fiction and taking flight with Rudolph.   Ever since the popularity of The Office, home of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Supply Company, I have often wondered who Dunder and Mifflin were. Driving to the Steamtown Mall in Scranton, I…