Zach and I took a mini vacation after my return from Oregon and Californina up to the Delaware Water Gap only a couple hours from both of us. We had a great time seeing waterfalls, old houses, cute towns, and lots of stairs.
Dingman's Falls, near where my first house use to be.
We tried so many times to get the waterfall in the shot this is the best one you can see a little water up there in the corner.
We were a little worried that by the time we finally got up to the area the trees where past their peak but we found lots of color and by the end of the first day I began to start wishing I had brought my good camera rather than the point and shoot.
There were some pretty amazing colors up there, East Coast falls are great.
Bushkill Falls, they were pretty impressive and worth the 10 dollars I didn't want to spend.
Half way through the first of two or three sets of these I was greatful that I had brought my point and shoot not the big nikon.
I had the opportunity this past fall to photograph some families for their Christmas cards, it was a good experience, thank you to everyone who performed to duty of assisting with the kids. With the Scott kids we went to a old reststop between Lewisburg and Selinsgrove, the colors were very festive.
We found that it would probably be easiest if Nora brought the kids to the Scotts more adults for supervision. We just went to the woods across the road and the front porch it worked surprisingly well.
We as a reenactment unit went to Old Beford Village in Pennsylvania for their Christmas events (the first two weekends in Dec. although we only participated in the first). It was a cold night but much warmer and better lit than last year in the school house. There was a good turn out and plenty of food. The majority of people bunked upstairs where, shhhh, there is a heater and some of the mondern inventions, although a few of us went down the road to hotel with lovely soft beds.