At 1,803 feet above sea level, High Point State Park lives up to its name as the highest point in New Jersey. Earlier on this cold autumn day my parents, Leah and I drove up there to take in the beautiful views.
See that body of water in the upper right hand side of this picture? That is the Delaware Water Gap, which seperates New Jersey from Pennsylvania. OOPS! My Dad called to tell me that it isn't the water gap behind me, but the Delaware River. Sorry about the miss-information. Since you can see three states from on top of High Point the water gap has to be around there somewhere!
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Grandma and Leah collecting leaves
Leah and her Grandpa