Tag Archives: NJ

A Very Empty Atlantic City Boardwalk

Took a day and went down to Atlantic City for a bit. It’s the off season, so it’s incredibly empty. I thought it was nice and peaceful, outside of the massive strobe lights of the casinos. The beach is very … Continue reading

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Mills Reservation Hike in Essex County

In late October, 2016, we took a trip to Essex County in NJ to hike Mills Reservation. It is a hilly hike that offers a nice view of NYC from the top of the mountain trail. It’s a pretty easy … Continue reading

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Artwork at Teaneck Creek

Included in the hike at the Teaneck Creek Conservancy, are many examples of artwork. The first noticeable examples are some sculptures in the parking lot. But throughout the hike are murals, statues, and various wood designs that give the hike … Continue reading

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Teaneck Creek Conservancy in the Palisades

In the town of Teaneck, NJ lies a nice level hike inside the Teaneck Creek Conservancy. The trails are mostly well maintained (some are very thin, but most are wide and there are a lot of wooden planked ones). There … Continue reading

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Walking Downtown along the Hudson River, Part 1

After an audition, I opted to walk down Hudson River Park from 55th St to WTC. I got a TON of images, so this part will only cover down to Chelsea Piers. Next week: the rest of the walk. Some … Continue reading

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Sybil’s Cave is Locked up

While on my Hoboken walk along the Hudson, I saw an odd arch across the street so I wandered over to take a look. It’s a landmark called Sybil’s Cave. The cave is a natural spring and is buried under … Continue reading

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