I love Pennsylvania, but its beaches are nothing compared to its ocean reefs.
I’ve been to the Chesapeake Bay, but to see the sea cliffs and the shoreline of the Pennsylvania Peninsula?
That’s what I’ve always wanted to do.
That’s why I made this post.
This summer, I was on my way to the Oceti Sakowin Camp and Camp Fire, which are located near my home.
My trip was organized by my friends and I spent three weeks exploring the region.
Here are some of the places we visited:The Ocets are an ancient Native American tribe that settled in the Upper Peninsula.
They used to live in the area, and there’s a huge population of them in the state.
The Ocetts have a history of helping to preserve the natural beauty of the area.
I was there during the summer of 2014, and I wanted to share some of my favorite spots along the Oca River with you.
I started my Oca tour in September.
My favorite place to visit is the Pascack Valley, which is a part of the Upper Paxton River, located about 90 miles south of Philadelphia.
I love the mountains, and the trails are beautiful.
The Pascacks are one of the few tribes that still remain in Pennsylvania and the area around it.
It’s a beautiful place and I have a photo album of some of them I’ve taken here.
The Pascacks are a member of the Chippewa tribe, which means “water people” in their language.
Their name comes from their large, colorful water buffalo that roam the area and make an occasional splash along the river.
The tribe is known for being a peaceful people and protecting their land from the effects of human activities.
The tribal members are also known for their incredible fishing and trapping skills.
The area surrounding the Paccack Valley is known as the Pecos.
This is a place where you can hunt walruses, sea turtles, sea lions, and other animals.
You can also catch bass, salmon, trout, and a lot more.
My personal favorite spots are the Lake of the Pears, which sits at the base of the Paxton and is about 1,200 feet below the water level.
The lake is a favorite spot for canoeing, kayaking, and swimming.
In October, we also visited the Pocono Palms, located on the north side of the river and about 75 miles south-west of the city of Pottstown.
I love the views of the Pocomontos’ homes and farms from the Pescadero River, which runs into the valley.
It is a beautiful view, and it’s easy to see from the beach.
There are also many scenic spots in the Poconos’ area that you can enjoy while camping or on the riverfront.
We also visited some of these other beautiful spots in PA, including the Poco River and the Great Allegheny Passage.
The Great Alleghenies are a waterway that cuts through PA, passing through several towns, and emptying into the Paekete River.
The water flows from the upper Allegheny River and empties into the Poconos’ Great Alleghens, a natural archipelago of oyster reefs.
The Great Alleghes are home to some of Pennsylvania’s most endangered species, including red crabs, blue crabs, and rock crabs.
The animals are also threatened by invasive species that have taken over their habitats and habitat is being destroyed.
At the Pocono Palouses, we spent two weeks exploring these amazing places.
As a member from the Cheshire County (Cheshire) area, I love this area.
The people there are friendly, helpful, and helpful.
I also love the food, and all of the restaurants have great seafood.
The Poconons are located about 20 miles west of Paccock, Pennsylvania, and about 15 miles south west of the town of Potsdam, Pennsylvania.
The Pocono River runs through the area where the Pocons live, and we visited the Poco River, where the people live.
We were able to see several different species of fish.
I especially loved watching the red crabs and the rock crabs that lived in the shallow waters.
There was also a good amount of food to eat, and some very good fishing.
Another favorite spot of mine is the Pocos’ Poconoos Island.
This area is a natural wonderland that overlooks the Pocheas’ main lake.
This is the place where I spent the majority of my time on the Peco River.
We spent about a week at the Popanikas Islands, where we took our kayaks and explored a huge island.
The island is named after one of our favorite characters, Mr. Poc