More than just a summer vacation destination, the Poconos offers something for everyone. From craft shops and charming inns to music festivals and fishing opportunities galore, this comprehensive guide covers this region of rolling hills and rural hospitality for visitors and residents.
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From the top of Mount Pocono to the Delaware Water Gap, the Pocono Mountains is the place to be for beautiful scenery and historic landmarks. Whether you wish to spend the night at a bed-and-breakfast nestled in the hills, a day with friends rushing down those hills in snow tubes, or time with family exploring the area's natural wonders, let this authoritative guide lead the way.
Inside you'll find:
* comprehensive listings of restaurants, lodgings, and recreational
opportunities - from winter sports to water sports
* the inside scoop on popular attractions such as the NASCAR races
at Pocono Raceway and the mystical stone formations at Columcille
* countless details on how to live and thrive in the area, from the best
outlet and gallery shopping to the lowdown on real estate
* sections dedicated to children, retirement, and much more
Whether you're planning a vacation, already living in the area, or looking to relocate, Insiders' Guide to the Pocono Mountains will show you everything you need to know.
Janet Bregman-Taney After nearly a decade of answering letters for philosopher/architect Buckminster Fuller, Janet Bregman-Taney found herself writing features and a consumer column for the P hiladelphia City Paper. She has since written newspapers-in-education supplements for the Philadelphia Inquirer, a newsletter for Rodale Press, and a coloring book for the Philadelphia Orchestra, as well as CD liner notes and a TV pilot. Currently, she is editor of Dignity, a monthly magazine for people 50 and older, published by the Pocono Record. When not chained to her computer, Janet is a multi-instrumentalist for the Juggernaut String Band with who she has traveled extensively in Europe and the Eastern United States, appeared on radio and TV, and recorded four albums. Since moving to the Poconos in 1995, she is convinced that she lives in one of the most magical spots on the planet, and she plans to be here for an unimaginably long time.
Kenneth Clark, who served as a feature writer, general assignments reporter, and media critic both for the United Press International and he Chicago Tribune, was a veteran of 35 years in daily journalism when he retired in 1995. Since then he has found time to write a novel titled Omega Rising: Adventures in a Parallel Universe, co-author the Insiders' Guide to the Pocono Mountains, and travel the nation in a motor home with his wife Dorothy. Out of those journeys have come "Highways and Byways-My Way," a serious of monthly travel columns for Dignity magazine. When not on the road, he and Dorothy live in a deep forest in Marshalls Creek, Pennsylvania, which, ultimately, is the best destination of them all.
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