Category Archives for Memoirs From The Delaware Canal

Leave It to (The Damn) Beaver

A couple months ago while taking my early morning  stroll, I noticed a creature quietly sailing though the canal, as smooth as butter. I couldn’t get a close enough look, and could only see its snout. I had assumed it … Continue reading

06. March 2012 by George Righter
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Disguised As Air

Recently while taking a walk along the Canal, I saw a young chap about 40 yards in front of me, facing a tree, while holding 2 hands in front of him, down near his waist. Guess what he was doing? … Continue reading

16. November 2011 by George Righter
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The Old Man and His Dog

Every evening, right around 6:30 sharp, we would see an old man s-l-o-w-l-y sauntering by on the path. Then sure enough, about 50 yards behind him, would be his old dog following him. The dog was clearly old, and clearly … Continue reading

07. November 2011 by George Righter
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Memoirs From The Delaware Canal

Almost four years ago, my wife and I purchased a home that backs to Washington Crossing Historic Park, and the Delaware Canal Towpath. We were used to privacy, so our new yard, with plenty of “visitors” took some getting used … Continue reading

07. November 2011 by George Righter
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