Close your eyes and picture going to Grandpa Pete’s cabin in the mountains… climbing trees, building forts, collecting butterflies and salamanders or playing hide-and-seek after dark.
Or what about the excursions to Aunt Gertie and Uncle Glen’s cottage on the lake… learning to paddle a canoe, catching your first fish, swimming in ice-cold water or roasting weenies and marshmallows on a stick over a real campfire.
Those were the days…building and flying your first kite, skipping stones with dad, floating down the river on an inner tube, learning to shoot a BB gun, stringing beads with grandma, learning to bake pies at Aunt Minnie’s, driving a jeep in the woods at age 13 and sleeping under the stars.
Guess what? Your kids or grandkids will still love exactly the same things that you did. And we’ve got them in spades at HomeWaters… in the mountains just a stone’s-throw away from the urban jungles like New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC and Pittsburgh.