Totally pawsome 11 miles hike today wif beeootiful warm wevvers! Since I do not has my pooter back yet, I cannot does a map like I usually does so I will has to esplain. When you is leaving Noo Jersey on I-80 on the rite is Mount Tammany, the furst mountain of the Kittatinny Mountains and on the left is Mount Minsi in Pencilvania wot is the furst mountain of the Blue Mountains in Pencilvania but that is a hike for anudder time. These two mountains was cut apart from each udder gabillions of years ago by the Delaware River waters going in between them. So today we hiked up, up, up big steep rawks to the top of Mt. Tammany. I must note that mom should never go to a cocktail pawty the nite afore climbing Mt. Tammany. I spent a lot of time waiting for her.
Finally we is at the top of Mount Tammany! But coz we is higher than the cloud, we cannot see our seenik overlook very well.
Here is Mount Minsi on the udder side.
Then we walked along the tippy top of the Kittatinny Mountains for 3 miles and coz there woz no leaves on the twees, we had a seenik overlook the whole way!
Then we headed west for a bit and comed to Sunfish Pond wot is a glashul lake meaning it is a body of water up in the mountains where you don't find ponds and lakes!
Then we headed back 3 miles along the Dunnfield Creek trail. It was a very pritty trail wot followed the creek with little waterfalls and I got to go in it swimming whenever I wanted to!
So it was a grate hike with lots of different and intresting stuffs to see. But we is hasing a streak of bad luck. We got back on I-80 and had only gone 15 miles when all the traffics comed to a stop. In one hour we moved almost 2 miles. We woz almost out of gas. Wot to do? Mom had to pull off the highway onto the grass and shut the car off. We could not sit there any longer with the car running or we would has no gas left and be stucked. So there we sat...
and taked powah naps...
for over THREE HOURS! Mom had called the boy on her cell phone and he founded out online that a tractor trailer had flipped over and the whole I-80 was closed down! After 3 hours when it was dark nitetime the boy called and said he heard the highway just opened up. Shore enuf, the cars started moving again, we gotted back on and gotted gas in the nick of time. Whew! I woz never so glad to be home afore.