Now I"m confused. In the above link, I said:Here is where I got it from. Bob, did you mean the road the photo was taken on is Bloody Bridge or did I get that wrong.
I have that map and have forgotten to get it to you each time I mentioned it. In any event, that map is not that quad so it does not show that road.Now I"m confused. In the above link, I said:
"You are indeed correct. Well done! Your assumption beat mine. I thought at first it was the road behind the sand plant by Bamber. This road is called Bloody Ridge Road."
Now I don't recall whether I meant the road behind the Bamber sand plant was Bloody Bridge Road (and it does have a bridge), or did I mean that I had Elizabeth's map, and she named the road you took the photos on Bloody Bridge Road (or it was written on her slide). I can't find the Elizabeth map here. I may have given it to you.
Note that in my post from a few years ago, I did say "ridge".Okay. Rooftree and 1Jerseydevil just solved the problem. Check out Boyds Lidar just behind the pointer. It is Bloody RIDGE road.
I think I gave you that map to keep, if I recall. No need to return it. It means more to you than me considering your interests.I have that map and have forgotten to get it to you each time I mentioned it. In any event, that map is not that quad so it does not show that road.
I would think it was written on the slide. If you notice I mentioned Ben's map also called it that at one time. Now it does not
Remind me whenever we are going to meet again to get that map to you.
I asked back in 2004 and still haven't gotten a good answer. https://forums.njpinebarrens.com/threads/bloody-ridge.1198I'd still like to know how Bloody Ridge name came about.
Sorry, but this is yet another reason why I took that old map off my own site.... it sucks. I wish people would not use the NJPB LIDAR map as a source for anything. But you guys just won't let it die.Check out Boyds Lidar just behind the pointer. It is Bloody RIDGE road.