The PC Green
Campfires, s’mores, fireflies, tents, hikes. The US Green Club is finally scrubbed clean after a weekend of camping in Ralph Stover State Park. Though we were less than 1.5 hours from campus and were “in the wild” for just 26 hours, it felt like we were on a different planet for days, IN A GOOD WAY! We took a hike down to the raging torrent of the Tohickon Creek, which was dramatically flooded due to a huge storm the night before. Though the raging river blasted our fishing dreams, it was awesome (in the truest sense of the word) to behold the power in that river. We also took a hike to High Rocks, one of PA’s premier rock climbing destinations, to scout out possible future climbing trips. And after a vegetarian camp dinner (do NOT knock tofu-dogs until you’ve tried one of ours with the works!), we sat around a campfire eating s’mores and laughing. It was magical. The group bonding and natural beauty inspires us to aim higher and further next year; we hope to undertake a 3-day trip in an even more pristine wilderness. I’ll let the following pictures tell the rest of the story.
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