Well much water has flowed under our kayaks. Much has taken place. Much remains. Highlighting the nomination process of NJ’s Rancocas Creek as a possible National Water Trail are volunteers, involvement and community engagement. A fine thing, as fine as frogs hair. Harnessing the power of people committed to a common agenda. An excellent, vibrant, lively public discourse.
A fine tip of the hat to business entity along the Rancocas Creek Watershed whose actions speak louder then words. Mt. Holly’s Main Street Business and Mount Holly’s Mill Race Village business and eateries. When in Mt. Holly spend time at Robin’s Nest, Village Idiot Brew Place, Downtown Pizza, Vincent’s Home Made Ice Cream, Spellbound Brewing and many other fine establishments and commercial businesses. Need a Vet for your pup when paddling check of Rancocas Veterinary Associates in the old water works office on Mill Street. Also check out Main Street Mount Holly, Kitchen 87 and The Train Wreck. Mill Race Village Shops eclectic, unique, local.
In the meantime check out the 5th year Anniversary Newsletter. Hot off the press. Enjoy recalling all what has been accomplished and all that remains. A fine tip of the hat to Burlington County Committee Persons Linda Hynes and Dan OConnell for helping get de ole camels nose under the tent. They among numerous others deserve a fine thanks, obliged and a tip of the hat.
It is not impossible to list everyone’s name and organization and agency that has worked on areas and issues to advance the nomination over the last 5 years. We would fill 20 plus pages of such names. In keeping w the citizen driven process of a National Water Trail nomination you who have helped the process along, a fine thank-you and obliged. Here’s a raise of the cold brew and a tip of the hat thanks.
Here’s to the next five years. Contact Rancocas Pathways w any question or issues www.rcnwt.com