Our whole crew wanted to see the work that was done at the Weissport Canal. This trail is part of the 165 mile route that the brought the coal in our region to market. The canal still has the remains of the locks that helped move the canal boats, and beautiful walking and biking trails.
The five of us took our bikes, water bottles and a Senape’s Pizza on our 4 1/4 bikes (baby in the back seat). It was a great spring day and people were feeding ducks and geese, many people were fishing along with dog walkers and bikers.
We stopped for lunch at a pinic area at what was one of the old locks that warned to be on the lookout for snakes (my son loved that).