The Oswego is not usually good in the summer. Spring or fall is better. Do the Batsto from Quaker Bridge.piker56 said:My daughter and I want to kayak next week, either Quaker Bridge to Batsto or Oswego to Harrisville. Anyone know if the Oswego water levels are high enough? The're good on the Batsto.
bobpbx said:Steve, is this photo showing a pine tree that has lost its underpinnings? I did not notice it the first time you posted it. This is pretty wild.
BEHR655 said:The Oswego is not usually good in the summer. Spring or fall is better. Do the Batsto from Quaker Bridge.
Lot's of them. A lot of small painters. Some really large, smooth shelled turtles, I'm not sure what kind they were. All of them were really tame, they didn't splash into the water when we went past, just sat and watched us go past. Next trip I really need to carry a camera.long-a-coming said:did you see lots of turtles as you came around the many bends on that fine river?
I am taking off every Monday from Next week until Mid October, making for 4 day work weeks. Aside from R&R, and getting some odds & ends done, this shall be one of my little "just for me" endeavors. Haven't done it since my CAMP-CANOE adventures of '92 & '93. Looking forward to a fall Monday where kids are at school and weekend folks are workin'. Perhaps I'll stumble on to another NJPB party along the way.piker56 said:My daughter and I did Quaker Bridge to Batsto on Friday, what a perfect trip.
What picture are you refering too????If im not mistaken that picture is an opening off of quakerbridge road...about half way down from atsion lake to the bridge on quakerbridge. Small swimming hold and the water is usually lower. Theres also a tree laying on the ground you can walk under.. Well looks like it anyway.