- Sep 17, 2002
I am referring to the combined tax maps for parts of Stafford, Little Egg Harbor and Bass River Townships. On Wednesday last, we drove in --- off of 539 --- near Lucille's. In B.R. Twp. the road forks: The "lower fork" (left--hand fork) is called the "Warren Grove Road" on the B.R. tax map, whereas the "upper fork" (right--hand fork) is referred to as "unnamed road" on the same map. The left--hand fork bears a sign: "dead end" or "no outlet": We took the right--hand fork, which my guide referred to as the "Beaver Dam Road." The first bridge is intact; there are some homes on that road (evidently with trash collection); and a ranger/forester has a sign on his mailbox on the left--hand sidge of the road. Shortly after the last house is passed, the road gets very bad quickly, due to a couple of big washouts. There are giant, water--filled potholes, which can be skirted. After the three washouts are passed, a "corner" is reached with a semi--sandy "track" bearing to the left. At the end of that track there are two towers --- one has a "blinking," white light on it, in addition to what look to be "microwave links"... We did not venture past that corner, as my guide had learnt from a friend, who works for H&H, and who has been at Sim Place recently, that the second bridge on that road was "taken out" by H&H so that they could get their "heavy equipment" "back in there"...
"StevensRoad/Red Road" does not seem to be on my map, unless it is one of the so--called "unnamed roads"...
I think it would benefit you, and certainly help us know where you are talking about, if you use topozone to pinpoint where you think these bridges are, and any other place you mention to us about. That would eliminate confusion and speculation by all.
Here is Sim Place at the below link. All you need to do is maneuver around and click on the location you want us to answer to. Make sure the "Show Target" checkbox is checked so that the red target symbol shows up. And if you want you can change the "coordinate format" to any of the other three and pass the coordinates along, and most if not all of us can find the exact spot you are talking or describing about.