I've never been there, myself, but my family has a very small connection to the park. Back in the early 1970's my Mom, who was an avid needle-point'er and cross-stitch'er, did a custom needle-point rendition of Emanuel Leutze's famous painting. By custom, I mean that this needle point project was not available at any retail store. My Mom had a blank needle point canvas given to an artist in Philadelphia, who actually "re-painted" Leutze's image upon it, so that my Mom could perform her stitchery.
My Mom was an avid fan of all things Colonial and tied to the Revolutionary War Period. This is definitely where my affinity for that time in history came from.
The finished, framed piece was displayed at Washington's Crossing State Park during our Bicentennial year - 1976. After that, it hung in our living room up until my Dad passed away and my Mom moved. For 9 years, it hung in my Mom's apartment. When she passed away, the piece was bequeathed to my sister and it now hangs proudly in her house.
So it occurred to me that a trip to Washington's Crossing State Park for NPOTA year seems like the right thing to do. I get to have another activation under my belt, and in a way, honor my Mom's memory in the process.
72 de Larry W2LJ
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