One of my favorite things about living in the Lehigh Valley is the proximity to both city and country living. Bethlehem and Easton are just minutes from my house, but so are the rivers (Lehigh and Delaware), countless parks, farms, tow paths, mountains and hiking/biking trails.
The first set of photos here are from the start of the tow path on the Delaware River. Back in the day, the canal and tow path was used to transport coal and other goods from Philadelphia to Easton using barges and mules. While those are long gone, the canal and tow paths are still there and are excellent for walking, biking or running.
The second set of photos were taken the same day inside the Easton Public Market. It's a great little city market and one of my favorite places in the Valley to grab some produce, fish, snacks or lunch.