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Delaware River Sojourn 2008


The Delaware River Sojourn is an annual event to heighten awareness of, and appreciation for the ecological, historical, recreational, and economic significance of the Delaware River and its tributaries, which flow through New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. The Sojourn combines canoeing and kayaking, camping, educational programs, historical interpretation, and more. The theme for 2008 was "Conserving Our Wild and Scenic River" in celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. As the longest free-flowing River east of the Mississippi, the Delaware is a treasure to be preserved and protected. Below is a collection of pictures from the 2008 Sojourn, June 22-28. The 2008 Sojourn started in Narrowsburg, New York, and included a run through Skinner's Falls, one of the few class two rapids on the River. It ended with a tidewater section of the River from Pennsbury Manor, Pennsylvania, to Burlington, New Jersey.

Slideshow 2008 Sojourn

 This show presents a small selection  of images.

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