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    Offline Maps - Handheld vs. App GPS

    I'm hoping not to spend a chunk of my stimulus check on a handheld gps. However, battery life is a major issue. In winter I may ride for 4 to 6 hours. Temps are typically in mid to high 30s. Does anyone have an opinion on whether I can get 4 to 6 hours out of an Iphone 7 using an app such as...
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    Open vs. Closed Roads On Pine Barrens Maps

    If you look at maps from various sources it appears that roads such as Stevenson/Red, Beaver Dam, Long Causeway/Baptist and Sims Place Roads are all "public roads" that neighbor private property, much like the road in front of my house. I can hike, ride a bicycle and probably drive a Hummer...
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    Micro Clover Lawn

    I've lived in Tabernacle for 41 years, serving as a slave to a 10,000 sq. ft. lawn. I want to surrender and let nature take its course but the Mrs. isn't too keen on the idea. I think I can get her to compromise on a clover lawn. Was wondering if anyone had experience with clover turf...
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    Good news On the Preservation Front

    http://www2.philly.com/philly/health/science/442-acres-of-nj-cranberry-farm-preserved-will-open-to-public-but-close-to-atvs-20181001.html
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    Cell Phone Reception

    For years i have used Verizon as my cell phone carrier because it was the only carrier that was somewhat reliable in the Pine Barrens. Comcast has offered mobile service, on what they say is the Verizon network, at a substantial difference in cost. Just wondering if anyone has experience with...
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    Thanks Teegate, Jon, and Boyd

    I've enjoyed bicycling in the Pine Barrens for many years, road biking when the weather is warm and mountain biking when the cooler weather firms up the sand trails. A few years ago I stumbled across this website and have been an avid reader ever since. I now use Teegate's missives and Jon...
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