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Discussion in 'Photographers Phorum' started by Teegate, Mar 1, 2014.
Thorofare hunt club, West Greenbush Rd.
It certainly must be, as I noticed no other hunt clubs on the road, and it is the road in question. A very overlooked road by the general public I'm thinking.
I looked on that road using street view but they turned around. Maybe they felt a piney would get them.
Not many piney's on that road anymore, and not much to see except expensive homes, but a more scenic route to get to Stage Rd. There was a fire a few months back in the last one before RT 9 on the water owned by a large local contractor in which a woman perished. The house has since been raised.
Improperly extinguished cigarette on the deck.
How about this one, recall it?
Don't know, but I like the handicapped parking sign on the pine tree.
And the cage for the drunks.
Where is this?
Bob I am going to say yours is Janvier deer club.
Guy I am going to guess your picture is of Haines clear cut on the the red road from Jenkins to Warren grove.
You are correct Pinesbucks. By the way, Google tells me Janvier is January in French.
Unfortunately, you are not correct on the location. Sorry.
Guy, I will take a guess that it is the very old bog within the recent land acquisition at the intersection of Patty Bowker Rd and Rt 532. If it's not that I don't have a clue.
I was at this location on 3/13/2004 and the gate was there but the view was completely different. Unfortunately, I apparently did not take a photo then. The road has been there since at least 1930 and went across the private land shown. In the 2012/2013 time frame the woods were cleared and if you stand there in the next year or so I suspect you will see an even different view. I really do wish I had taken a photo then.
A change is a comin in them there woods.
Where is this? Jessica in background checking for snakes
That's an interesting contraption. I'll bet it has something to do with the superfund site.
Yes it does. And speaking of that site, the fire burned quite a bit of equipment there, some of it really bad.
Located here where you can easily see it now.
Not a good photo, but here's the Before Picture.
I like the woods the way they are now.
Guy, do you want to reveal the place in 1589 or provide another clue?