- Sep 17, 2002
I think it is the first time I have seen you not in camo.
While in Blackman (1880: 185), I found this reference to pine knots that reminded me of your post! She's talking about the first European settlers of Egg Harbor (early eighteenth century), a territorial designation that included Little Egg Harbor.The brotherton Reservation begins at a pine knot on the west side of Atsion Road. Like Al, I never knew what a pine knot was. I thought maybe it was the hole in the trunk where a branch once was. I know the area around the hole is very hard and the last part of the trunk to rot. I have heard of putting a pine knot in the fireplace to start a fire, now I know why.
Guess who's back on my property today?Spung-Man: wouldn't you have the right to sue in state Superior Court or in District Federal Court? Seems to me that the Pinelands Commission counsel is entitled to his opinion but I can't believe he's "the end of the line". Maybe some other interested parties might want to join you?
Teegate,Or a steel gate.