Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Spring at our State Park 033016

Yesterday's outing to our local State Park.





PA Fish & Boat Commission celebrates
century and a half or conservation

 As one of the oldest state fish and wildlife agencies in the nation, 
the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission has a rich history 
of protecting and enhancing the state's 
rivers, lakes, streams and aquatic resources.
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10 comments:

  1. forsythia, the first true sign of spring!!!!

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  2. we adore going to state parks...have been to quite a few over the years. I love your photos...

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  3. State parks have some of the best ways to spend time. This looks like a good one.

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  4. This looks like a good day out!

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  5. Beautiful pics and love the driftwood.

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  6. Great photos Gayle and thank you for taking us to this very pretty park.

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  7. Beautiful pictures of your park. Great place to visit!

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  8. Clear sky, sparkling water and trees and shrubs leafing up - all good signs of Spring in your neck of the woods!
    Shane

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  9. Such wonderful scenery! I could spend a lot of time there.

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  10. Beautiful place and I love the drift wood

    Mollyxxx

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