October 16, 2007
It was a beautiful day. The trip was about 4 hours.
The Susquehanna River gauge at Harrisburg was at 3.5 feet.
Juniata Susquehanna Kayak Club and Canoe Club
Mahantango Creek is a tributary of the Susquehanna River in Dauphin, Schuylkill and Northumberland Counties, Pennsylvania in the United States. Mahantango or Mahantongo (pronounced Ma-ha-tun-ga) is a Lenape word, translated "where we had plenty of meat to eat," "good hunting grounds" or "where we kill deer." The name is shared by a creek, a valley and a mountain in central Pennsylvania, and is a common street name in the area. The tributary Little Mahantango Creek joins Mahantango Creek near the village Rough and Ready. The tributary Pine Creek joins Mahantango Creek near the census-designated place of Klingerstown. Mahantango Creek joins the Susquehanna River 6.2 miles (10 km) upstream of the borough of Millersburg.
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That little old webmaker in the sprucecave Jim Crownover