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One of 12 ill-fated concrete ships. This one sunk in the shallow waters off of Cape May, NJ's Sunset Beach.

Took a road trip to East Point Lighthouse a few weeks ago. They're having some renovations right now, but still nice scenery to be found. We could see the smoke…

Hiking near Trenton, NJ, there's a small, disconnected portion of Washington's Crossing Park called Goat Hill Overlook, that provides a beautiful view over the…

Tucked away in the Pine Barrens of Southern NJ are the ruins of Fries Mill, an old, abandoned saw mill and grist mill. To get there, you have to hike a bit…

The Futuro House was a product of late-60's Finland, designed as a sort of portable ski cabin. Less than 100 were made. This one is in a serious state of…

We took a trip to one of our favorite wineries last Sunday for a cellar tasting event. Strangely, not in the cellar. But that's ok, the wine was still awesome.

Well back just before Thanksgiving I had I believe over 5300 images to review and file away. Today, Sunday I'm up well over 7600 images. I did have the count…

Fitting that the park - dedicated to “the first native son of Moorestown killed in WW II” - put on its colors for Veterans Day.
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