We stayed home, which is a half hour from the Delaware River in northwest NJ, where the recent flooding has receded. Today decided to day trip it over the Dingmans Ferry Bridge and up to Port Jervis to see flood damage.
On the way back we stopped in Milford, Pa and discovered the Gifford Pinchot (first chief of the USDA Forest Service) ancestral home, Grey Towers, a national historic landmark. Wow, great grounds, very nice!
Some places along PA route 206, which runs parallel to the Delaware, the flood mud line could be seen a half mile west of the river 8 feet high. The quaint and ancient Dingmans (two lane wood flooring) Bridge Toll house wasn't washed away, but it must have been touch and go for them. The old guy who comes out to take your 75 cents pointed to a heavy timbered guard rail long side the road over a hundred feet from the river bank and on high ground that got smashed into by a rampaging tree trunk. It was broke through.
Homeowner damage was was much worse downriver to Trenton.