Friday, June 6, 2008

scrub pine forest

Wharton State Forest is a huge expanse of true wilderness in the south of the most densely populated state,New Jersey.I have explored it for 3o+ yrs. and have seen less than 25%.You can easily go so deep in a pathless wilderness as to be 20 miles or more from any sign of man.To spend a night there is unlike any camping experience you may have had.The Mullica,Batso,Wading,and Oswego rivers are all canoeable.Or drive your car to the end of any paved road into the pines and hike.You will not be disappointed.The scent of pine will stay with you when you leave these timeless woods.You will find yourself wanting to return.

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