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You need to check on that property Muddy. Check to see if the taxes have been paid and who owns it. It may be for sale.

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You need to check on that property Muddy. Check to see if the taxes have been paid and who owns it. It may be for sale.

 

I have. It's part of a nature conservatory.

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That's a beautiful park. I really need to start taking pictures of the places I venture while geocaching.

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Great parks and pictures. Now I'm tired of walking. Catch you on your next trail walk.

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Wharton State Forest, NJ. Batsto Historic village. The Batona Trail.

 

http://www.state.nj.us/dep/parksandforests/parks/wharton.html

 

Tuesday was 54 degrees and raining. The forecast was the same for today so I dressed for cold, damp weather. It was 70 and humid.

 

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NJ Pine Barrens sand is the same consistency as the beach sand on the shore. In July and August it gets hot in here.

 

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The Pine Barrens in the rain have a sweet smell. My grandparents lived on the Rancocas 20 miles north of Batsto. The smell reminds of those days

 

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Snack time. I left the PB&J on the kitchen counter. I went by two McDonalds, three Wawas and the Dunky Doughnuts in Egg Harbor and everyone of them I thought I should get breakfast. This is butter and brown sugar slow cooked until it makes a trail candy. It also goes great in tea.

 

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The forecast for rain was wrong. The sweater is off, the jacket off. It is humid.

 

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Parallel to the Mullica river.

 

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