Each year the D&L staff visit a different part of the Corridor for our holiday lunch. This year we travelled to Washington Crossing for some tasty vittles and frosty tipples at the historic Washington Crossing Inn, followed by a tour of the state historic park. If you haven’t visited the park, which commemorates the famous December 25, 1776 crossing of the Delaware River, visit the official park website or the Friends of Washington Crossing Park website, for more information.
D&L staff pose in front of replica Durham boats, which General Washington and his men used to cross the Delaware River in 1776.
A section of the Delaware Canal downstream from the Thompson-Neely House in the northern section of the park. Bowman's Hill Tower, another popular attraction to the area, is just visible through the trees.