Friday, February 8, 2008

Delaware River Small Towns

Hi! Just a reminder that George Sinkler will be playing at Jim and Sue McCauley's this Sunday evening from 6 to 10. Bring your drinks, a snack to share and don't forget something for George. DIRECTIONS: From Buckingham, at the intersection of Rts 263 & 413: Take Rt 413 south toward Newtown. Go 1.5 miles. Look on the right for the entrance to "Village of Buckingham Springs". Go in the entrance. At the stop sign turn left, then the first left again onto Juniper Circle. The 6th left is Elder Ct. Hope to see you! Art (Suzie Bartel's Assistant!!!!!!!)
A tomato and sunflower stall on the PA side of the Delaware opposite Frenchtown

Shad festival, Lambertville NJ

The bridge across the Delaware at Stockton,NJ

Old-fashioned Truckstop near Coopersburg PA

The bridge that links Lambertville NJ with New Hope PA

A street in Doylestown, Bucks County PA
Farmer's market, Doylestown PA

The email above, from a friend who did not know that I had moved back to Singapore, brings back memories of the small towns along the part of the Delware river that separates eastern Pennsylvania and central New Jersey. Good food, wonderful scenery and communities filled with the zest for music and the arts make this part of the USA a great place to live in.

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