Here’s the second clue to where Honey went for her summer vacation:
Although this region was “discovered” by English explorer, Henry Hudson, it was a Captain from the Dutch East India Company who explored and charted it in 1620.
Since the Dutch captain’s first name was Cornelius, he decided to give the area his last name (thank goodness; I can’t imagine vacationing in a place called “Cornelius”).
Unfortunately, the current name of this area is a misspelling of his name. If he had known how inconsiderate people were, the captain probably would have named the area for the Lenni Lenape tribe who lived there before the Europeans.
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