I’m about to do a whole ton of photo posts. I’ve been meaning to get these up here, but just haven’t quite gotten around to it, so this set is from a few weeks ago. I think it was the first Saturday of June that I went up to the Delaware Water Gap area to hike with my dad at Dunnfield Creek.
And then, over to Buttermilk Falls.
Felt pretty okay during the hike, but man, my legs were sore for three days after it. And for some reason, my right arm was sore for a day, too. Not sure what the heck I did to make that happen; it’s not like I was walking on my hands. I’d have had more to say about this hike if I’d found time to post the pics right after I went, but it’s a few weeks ago now, and I’ve done a lot of local hiking since then. Sufficed to say, it was a pretty, short hike. If you’re in good shape, you can branch off of Dunnfield Creek onto the Appalachian Trail. We did have to sit in the car for a bit and wait for parking, though. Even with two lots, by noon, there was no parking. You had to wait for someone to leave before you could go hike. For us, that was only about 10 minutes, but it’s something to bear in mind. If you don’t want to wait, you may want to plan to get up at the crack of dawn to get there early.