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    Gateway To The Pines Sunset 4/25/21

    Tonight was totally magnificent
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    Gateway To The Pines Sunset 4/25/21

    Yes I did but I edited and corrected it. I believe I had connection problems
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    Gateway To The Pines Sunset 4/25/21

    Evening Sunset Over The Flooded Cranberry Bogs In The Pines
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    Cold night coming - frost?

    I’d like to think so but May can be bad from time to time. May 19 and May 20 in 1992 was the freeze that crushed the blueberries in NJ. It went below 20 degrees and fried our entire blueberry crop on our farm. Cranberries were saved because of irrigation. That freeze even fried all the woods...
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    Cold night coming - frost?

    30 degrees just before daylight in the blueberries for a very short period of time. The wind was a definite help.
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    Cold night coming - frost?

    32 degrees at sunrise in the Blueberry Fields even with the wind
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    Cold night coming - frost?

    The wind Is going to blow strong all night is the most likely reason there is not a warning. I hope it does not my blueberry are coming out in flower.
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    Clear cut area by Batona Camp

    They used to grow dune grass there years ago so I’ve been told.
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    Where is this?

    Food Strips in Shamong Near Jackson Road County Line Bridge?
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    Pine Barren History Shorts

    Or it could’ve been in early June! The cranberry buds which are hooks normally by June are very vulnerable to cold exposure. Every year on our farm the first two weeks of June we always get at least two to three evenings and early morning frosts in the bogs which now of course we irrigate to...
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    Pine Barren History Shorts

    Probability that is was a late spring frost/freeze killing back the fruit bud and or hooks forming bloom.
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    Parkers Bar

    Parker’s Bar was just East of Route 563 on Route 72 owned by Ed Parker. He was also the long time employee of NJFFS and was the operator of Apple Pie Fire Tower all of those years. His Son Clifford Parker still works for NJFFS as a mechanic for 40 years of service. A lot of excellent history...
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    New Jersey Governor Targets Hunters in 2021 Budget Proposal

    This man needs to be voted out next election! I have had enough of his BS!!!!! Pretty soon we will not be able to afford to live in this state any longer. :argh: One thing I enjoy is being in the woods with my children hunting and trap shooting.
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    Eagle House

    I believe he may have purchased The Hedger House as well?
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    Eagle House

    Winnie Haines used to own it for years. Then it was passed to his son Bruce Haines which built the red house that was there. Then it has changed hands a couple times since.
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    Quail In The Pines

    Saw my first covey of quail in over 30 years in the pines not far from Carranza. Totally made my day! :dance:
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    Apple Pie Hill

    It is the current Fire Observer’s Pick Up Truck. It’s a Ford F-150
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    Cold night Friday - frost?

    Ice Covered Cranberry Bogs This Morning In The Gateway To The Pines 5/9/20
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    Cold night Friday - frost?

    Thank you Guy! We have had some crazy weather this year already from Hail to Wind to Freeze! When you’re a farmer you will experience it all. A lot of money goes out before one berry is harvested and one weather event can take it all.
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