I decided not to zero in Wind Gap. The logistics are just too difficult. I woke up at 9 a.m. and was on the trail for about a 16 mile hike to Delaware Water Gap. I am mentally and physically ready for a zero.
It was a rocky hike with just a few boulder scrambles.
I decided I will take a zero in Delaware Water Gap at the Watergap Country Club.
As I was hiking to the country club from the trail a guy in a fancy car asked for directions and I got a .5 mile ride.
The country club did my laundry for me. Sat outside at the lounge and had a burger, a few drinks and some ice cream. Chatted with a few friendly club members/locals and heard some live music.