Yesterday I met up with some new friends from a group I have joined who hike regularly. I am finding all sorts of places where you can walk short or long distances. Whilst it is cold and the trees have no leaves right now you can see these will be wonderful places come Spring through the Fall.
We met up yesterday at White Clay Creek Preserve and State Park, which is right on the Pennsylvania Delaware border. When it was mentioned we would have some hills to climb in Delaware there was some joking that there are no hills in Delaware and maybe "those hills" should be movedinto Pennsylvania. We hiked 10 miles, starting out along the creek, all wrapped up warmly due to the cold, but as time and miles passed we warmed up, until we stopped for a snack on an open hilltop getting chilled by the strong winds.
It was certainly a lovely place and has a multitude of trails to walk, bike or run on over a large acreage. So glad that somebody thought to acquire the open space and conserve this as a place of refuge where you can decompress and enoy nature.
What I love about these places we hike is that they are so often steeped in history. As we finished the hike, we came across this sign indicating this was the site of Minguannan Indiantown and the Lenne-Lenape or Delaware Indians leader/chief Machaloha had sold land to William Penn on October 16 1683.
If you are interested in being close to nature, having somewhere to bike, hike or simply walk whilst locating the perfect home in the Tredyffrin Easttown and Main Line areas give me a call. Nick Vandekar, Selling The Main Line with Long & Foster Real Estate Inc, office 610-225-7400, cell or text 610-203-4543, email Nick@VandekarTeam.com, website www.SellingTheMainLine.com. I love being out in nature, hiking, biking or just walking, so give me a call and we can meet up soon.