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Monthly Archives: August 2013

Anyone for a cool dip in the Susquehanna River?

There are many ways to enjoy the Susquehanna River.  It’s the 16th largest river in the United States and stretches over 400 miles between Upstate New York and the Chesapeake Bay.  You can leisurely cruise it aboard the Hiawatha Paddlewheel River boat, race down it on a speed boat, water ski on it, canoe or … Continue reading »

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Historic Trolley Tour of Williamsport, Pennsylvania U.S.A.

This is a must-do while in Williamsport!  It’s a hour and a half tour that gives an overview of the town, highlighting the top areas of interest and costs only $5 for adults (Seniors $4, children: $3).   Runs June – August.  Trolley stops can be found at the Peter Herdic Transportation Museum, Susquehanna State … Continue reading »

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All Aboard for a Cruise down the Susquehanna River in Williamsport, PA – U.S.A.

This Hiawatha boat was built nearly a century after its namesake got caught in ice in its mooring back in 1914.  It unfortunately got crushed and carried away in a flood. This newer version was built to honor the original one and to allow passengers to celebrate the rich heritage of the Susquehanna River by … Continue reading »

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