|View from bridge looking West|
|North Star Underground Railroad Museum|
|View from bridge looking East|
For a fee, the chasm has tours, but if you are just passing through, you can get good views from the main bridge and the smaller bridge at the head of the falls. The tours of the two mile long chasm are worthwhile if you have the time, especially since they culminate in a boat ride down the last stretch of rapids.
We stopped and enjoyed dinner overlooking the top of the falls.
A new addition to the area is The North Star Underground Railroad Museum. Arriving too late to visit this time, we will be back.
Cumberland Bay Chorus where the men graciously let me join in a rehearsal.
Low clouds only revealed the Delaware River Bridge once we were on the deck.
While we had discussed stopping at an Alpaca farm Harvest Host for an overnight in Virginia, temperatures in the high nineties lead us to save it for another time and continue on to our air conditioned sticks and bricks home.
That's another trip wound up with no vehicle problems, though it is time for an oil change. Fuel usage averaged 19.2 mpg.