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Ricketts Glen State Park, Pennsylvania


If you know anything about my hubby I would be that wherever we go we ALWAYS, always get a water front campsite. If you don't have water, a water view, it will be a mountain view, some kind of view that is ultra great view to him. Well, he booked this campsite at "Ricketts Glen State Park, PA" on the thought that there would be water. WHERE IS THE WATER? Guess what Ricketts Glen was doing well we had our over night visit? They waited just when we were there to work on their old dam. lucky us? huh? yep. boo hoo. sad face. ; ( maybe when you make your visit there the water will be back. maybe??! Do you love a water view too? Check out the video below. Not sure what the hubby was saying, I do try to tell him I am taping but sometimes he is too quick to pass on the message. Beth ( ;

Comments

Beautiful! Water views are the best.
eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, hubby and I love this park. The waterfalls are awesome there. Did you take the hike to the falls?

Happy Thursday, enjoy your weekend ahead!
TexWisGirl said…
dam maintenance! (take that anyway you like.) :)
Missy George said…
Sorry to disappoint..Please come back!!
William Kendall said…
Even with the water down, it's a pretty view.
It is lovely to have a watery view isn't it. xx
Ruth Hiebert said…
Still pretty,but too bad you didn't get the water view you had hoped for.
Debbie said…
Awwww that is disappointing ......I adore the ocean and living so close to the shore. Also, we live on a river so I see the water view, every single day and I love it!!
genie said…
This happened to us one year when we went to Douthat for a weekend. The lake was empty and all mud. Of course I had to go mucking out in it and fell flat on my face. I was the laughing stock of the family. Kiddo...I would be glad to knit you a bobble hat. It would be hilarious. I have made myself a couple of them and love to wear them. They are always talking pieces. Send me the circumference of your head.
Stephanie said…
Water views are the best.
Linda said…
We were in Pennsylvania last weekend. Passed over a lake on US 40 where the water level was very low. I think this is the time of year that is good for draining a lake because most of the vacationers have gone home.
Rose said…
Too bad about them working on the dam...I do like water views. They make great sunrise/sunset scenes.
EG CameraGirl said…
OH DEAR! I like a water view too. Sorry about the bad timing!
Marie C said…
I'm with you on the waterfront campsites!

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