The Susquehanna is one of the most ancient rivers on earth. Sections of it have been flowing the same course for close to 300 million years.
Throughout the years I've paddled it, I've seen waters levels so low and the river so clear that you could almost count every stone and see fish and other critters at depths of over 10 feet.
2015 was the first year in almost two decades that I did not get on the river once.
I hope to make up for it in 2016.
Here are some pics from days gone by.
When Henry David Thoreau was about to die, his last spoken words were:
"Now comes good sailing. Moose. Indian."
It has been a good ride.