Take a fascinating ride through history on an authentic canal boat as it wends its way through an iconic tunnel.
Ole Bornemann Bull, a popular violinist, ardent Norwegian and friend of America, purchased more than seventeen square miles of land in Pennsylvania's northern mountains in 1852 and set in motion his plan for a thriving colony of fellow Norwegians.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Bay Discovery Program has three opportunities for the public to explore, via canoe, the Susquehanna River, Swatara Creek and the Yellow Breeches this summer.
MH: In the 50s and early 60s, folks were coming back from WWII and Korea to their traditional fishing villages on the Hudson River and noticing big industrial changes. Their families had been fishing there, some of them, for 300 years.
Scott Edmonds: “Fun binds us together, but there’s more to it.”