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  1. pinelandpaddler

    Historic Highways of America

    OK, I'll pay by tile! :) Lots of stuff I'd love to see on the north shores.
  2. pinelandpaddler

    Historic Highways of America

    Hey, that little bit of interest goes a long way! Your new lidar map has shone light on many things for me. How much do you charge per hour? ;)I might just pay to see those tiles along the Mullica (both sides).
  3. pinelandpaddler

    Historic Highways of America

    I knew Boyd was holding out on some tiles!!! Can't wait to see more of the land adjacent to the Mullica!
  4. pinelandpaddler

    Historic Highways of America

    The "hill" is right there at the camp. Two sycamores (button woods) grow from it. https://online.boydsmaps.com/#21/39.62879/-74.61828/njgin2012i
  5. pinelandpaddler

    Historic Highways of America

    From Buttonwood Hill, walk into the woods due west. You will find the raised road bed where mountain laurel dominates. The road becomes more clear as you travel west. You can see it on Boyd's Lidar here: https://online.boydsmaps.com/#19/39.62905/-74.61895/lidarHD
  6. pinelandpaddler

    The Green Limb Branch

    How about that? Two Green Limb Branches in the Mullica watershed. I wonder about the significance of the name. I'm assuming you got this info from a deed?
  7. pinelandpaddler

    Hiker's Beware

    It's New Jersey government; it's not supposed to make sense.
  8. pinelandpaddler

    Some N.J. state parks, forests can reopen for camping June 22, officials say

    They didn't include a photo with the citation? I would expect that to be normal protocol. You have a right to see it.
  9. pinelandpaddler

    Some N.J. state parks, forests can reopen for camping June 22, officials say

    You also thought it a good idea to camp illegally at an easily accessible location next to a state campground. Just saying. :)
  10. pinelandpaddler

    Some N.J. state parks, forests can reopen for camping June 22, officials say

    Where exactly? I can't make sense of your description.
  11. pinelandpaddler

    What is this symbol?

    I'm thinking there must have been a mill there, then. I wish I could find the pictures I took of the remains of the structure there. It has since been submerged in water due to the gate at Rt. 542 being lifted.
  12. pinelandpaddler

    What is this symbol?

    Dam carrying a road?
  13. pinelandpaddler

    What is this symbol?

    https://online.boydsmaps.com/#18/39.64201/-74.66239/pines1949 Note the comb-like symbol just below the target. Must be a special kind of dam? I note that is appears at many, though certainly not all, dams. I see it on the 1942 and 1949 USGS topos, after which it just shows up as a straight line...
  14. pinelandpaddler

    LARGO

    Good to hear from you, George.
  15. pinelandpaddler

    Pine Barren History Shorts

    Guy, the Indian King Fish and Hunt Club was located at High Bank, although I'm not certain of the exact location. It was near the fake gravestone of Joe Mulliner. BTW, it was members of the club that placed the original fake gravestone at that location. They likely mistook a nearby property...
  16. pinelandpaddler

    Shipwreck

    So cool!
  17. pinelandpaddler

    Crystal Lake

    Can you define institutional racism for us?
  18. pinelandpaddler

    Metes and Bounds

    One that sticks out in my mind is "Clark's Clumps" near the Mullica. I'm looking for the deed.
  19. pinelandpaddler

    Metes and Bounds

    Very cool find with the description of an Indian cabin on the Tulpehocken. I wonder if it might have been a Swedish style cabin that was built by a Lenape Indian (I imagine that the Swedes taught the natives how to build them). Perhaps, too, the Indian Cabin in the vicinity of present day Egg...
  20. pinelandpaddler

    Kayaking on the Wading River

    The pilings once supported the bridge at Frank's Ford.