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River's Festival June 17, 2000

Author:   John Koch  
Posted: 7/9/00; 9:06:52 PM
Topic: River's Festival June 17, 2000
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Two beards (one is Bob's) meet in front of the orange tent.

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Warm water doesn't sell well... :o)
Presenting Youth Conservation Poster Awards.

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Make sure mom's got the shot!

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The Wilkes crew moves skull to the front of their table.

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Lower the boat with Brian in the middle.
Is the boat longer than the bridge?

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"I wonder if it will float that way?"

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Brandon loves his binky!

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North Branch Land Trust was there.
Signing up for prizes.

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The award winners.

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Pennsylvania Environmental Council also came.

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Proposed trails along the Susquehanna.
Tom and Connie

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The "Band Under the Bridge"!

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Eagles overlooking the Festival...

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Those who thought ahead brought chairs...
Running, hiking and biking paths through the parks.

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Lots of activities.

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Key to the trails

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Trails follow the route that coal took from the Valley to the Delaware River.
Nanticoke trails

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Susqehanna Warrior Trail from Shickshinny north.

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Back Mountain Trail heading for Harvey's Lake.

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Through Dallas to Harvey's Lake.
Northern trails

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Middle trails

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WVSA float was there

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Trying on flotation devices
Kayaks (yellow for touring)

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Country Ski and Sports brought the kayaks.

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More touring kayaks.

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Even a tandem in the back
That beard couldn't have been cool... :o)

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Strategy in front of the water quality table...

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Officer Rodriguez and Belleau (sp?)

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He sees a lot from up there.
"A horse is a horse of course, of course..."

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Caretaker's cottage foundation plantings.

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Tiger lilies coming...

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Cobblestones tossed from the Market Street Bridge when it was paved were made into this path.
Garden

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Reds and greens

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Pink and orange

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Purple rules
Foundation and steps

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Reflecting pond low on water...

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Wilkes-Barre across from the Kirby Park Natural Area.

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Downtown across the water
Church and JCC

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Wilkes University's Evans Hall and South Main Street apartments.

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Sit on a bench across the water from the city.

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Pet the horse.
This horse used to race...

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The orange land was recently sold by PG Energy.

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Brandon says it's all over!




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