Yes I did. I made up the description--it's hard to put into words. Stand beside those frosted old stones, the dark junipers huddled all around, and look up into that sky! The deepest icy black you could wish for, and the stars . . . Milky way, the dippers, and countless others. Wish I were more of an astronomer and could have named them. No city-glow that we noticed.leaning against the cranberry warehouse ruins near Hampton Furnace. Tonight the milky way seemed a glittering veil, close enough to touch. you didn't see
the milky way out there did you
http://maps.njpinebarrens.com/#lat=39.76592940790792&lng=-74.44902420043945&z=15&type=topo&gpx=where is spring hill? I like it around freindship honestly.
Well, winter vs summer you're always going to see different stars thanks to the earths axis. In terms of visibility though you're going to be able to see more in the winter as the air is clearer and the humidity is less. In the summer you're going to have more humidity and haze in the air which will reflect light from the earths surface and viewing more difficult.Do any of you find there are way more stars out on a clear night in the winter/spring then in summer in PB
I believe that's private property and anyone on it would be trespassing.http://maps.njpinebarrens.com/#lat=39.76592940790792&lng=-74.44902420043945&z=15&type=topo&gpx=
Park where the red target marker is. You will see Bear Swamp Hill to the South.