We did a long 10 mile walk along a rail trail to this dam with my brother Al.
The river is very wide and we are pretty high above it for most of the walk. The rail trail we are on is above another rail line that is still in use.
There were many groups of climbers preparing to climb but it seems like a slow and difficult process.
We did see a couple people actually climbing up the cliffs eventually.
Lancaster is full of Amish and Menonites so horse and buggies are a common sight as are cows and horses. Our campground has cows!
BTW you don't get used to smell in a 3 days.
His kids were surprising calm from an exciting weekend of sports competitions and a school dance.
It was great to get and see everyone on the way out on our trip.
Out hookups in the campground was blessed with 3 beautiful robin's eggs. At first we thought it was fake but we did see the momma bird sitting the nest. We tried not to disturb it when un-hooking.