Lumberville sits directly on the banks of the Delaware River in beauuuuu-tiful Bucks County. If you don't know your Philly geography, the Delaware River separates Pennsylvania from Jersey. Actually, a LOT separates Philly from Joisey. But for my safety, let's stick to geography. Afterall, I have to answer to some Jersey family and friends. Altho, I've never understood why George Washington felt he needed to leave PA and cross the Delaware for some Jerseylicious-ness. Sure hope he had EZpass to pay the toll!
The Delaware River is only 800 feet wide at Lumberville. The town was once connected to Jersey by a covered bridge. But now it is a pedestrian bridge. Yes...I walked from PA to Jersey...and boy am I exhausted!
But I continued onwards and kept reminding myself that Jersey DOES have redeeming qualities. Like the shore (NOT 'beach' but SHORE), Jersey tomatos and peaches, Taylor Pork Roll, the Boss and yes....I do love my Bon Jovi too.
Yes, it was good to be back in
America Pennsylvania. After all, the show isn't called "It's Always Sunny in Joisey" now, is it!?! Altho they did have an hilarious episode where the gang heads to the Jersey Shore. Haha, now THAT was a funny one!
After I got home I googled Lumberville, PA and found that it is a pre-Revolutionary War town. Not surprising given the architecture I saw there. But get THIS...Julia and Paul Child were married there in 1946! Bon Appetit! Cheese steaks wit Whiz for everyone!