1. A kinder, gentler ride pt 3


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    • A kinder, gentler ride pt 2


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      • A kinder, gentler ride pt 1


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        • 2010 Annual Pine Barrens 4 Wheel Drive Clean-up


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          The 9th Annual Pine Barrens 4 Wheel Drive Clean-up is volunteer event that takes place in Wharton State Park, in New Jersey. Each year, hundreds of 4 wheel drive enthusiasts come out for the day to clean up the forest and remove trash left by illegal dumpers. The event will mark its 10th year on 2011. The opening music is by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). The second half music was composed using GarageBand.

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          • Apple Pie Hill


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            At approximately 205 feet above sea level, Apple Pie Hill is the highest point in the Pine Barrens. From the parking area at the top and from the stages on the fire tower, there is an unimpeded view of uninterrupted forest and wetlands to the Northwest, North, and Northeast. This is a good spot from which to view soaring raptors and songbirds in the canopy. The site is also used as an observation point by stargazers and amateur astronomers because of the clarity of the sky and minimal light pollution.

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            • At Work - Darker Earlier (Dropping Acorns)


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              Taken from the At Work remix album, "Build It Up, Break It Down--Remix" (PATH4) available in digital formats on Batona Music. Remixed by At Work. Original version appears on the At Work album "Build It Up, Break It Down" (PATH1) available on CD and digital formats from Batona Music. Filmed in New Jersey. Directed and produced by Todd Steponick. Additional production by Nice Looking Designs. For trees. http://www.atworksite.com http://www.reverbnation.com/atwork http://www.facebook.com/pages/At-Work/101394327776 http://www.facebook.com/pages/At-Work/101394327776#!/profile.php?id=100001869916002 http://www.myspace.com/marketingatwork http://www.batona.com/atwork.php http://www.nicelookingdesigns.com

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              • Away from Anywhere


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                This is a short piece about the New Jersey Pinelands. The film features Allen Crawford, aka Lord Whimsy, a local character, author and friend. I thought New Jersey was all strip malls, diners and the shore until Allen took me on my first trip through the pine barrens. This has become one of my favorite places to escape the city.

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                • Batona Trail


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                  The Batona Trail is a 49.5-mile (79.7 km) hiking trail through New Jersey's Pine Barrens. The trail is the one of the longest in the state behind the Delaware and Raritan Canal Trail, the section of the Appalachian Trail within the state, the Liberty-Water Gap Trail, and the completed section of the Highlands Trail in the state. The trail begins in Brendan T. Byrne State Forest (formerly Lebanon State Forest) at the ghost town of Ong's Hat and traverses Wharton State Forest and Bass River State Forest. The trail was built in 1961 by the Batona Hiking Club, which began informally in 1928 when Philadelphians began meeting regularly to hike. It takes about three days to hike the whole trail.

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                  • Batsto River


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                    The Batsto River is a 22.9-mile-long (36.9 km) tributary of the Mullica River in the southern New Jersey Pine Barrens in the United States. Originating in Tabernacle Township, the Batsto River is joined by Skit Branch, Deep Run, Springer's Brook, Penn Swamp Branch and Goodwater Run before reaching Batsto Village where a dam forms Batsto Lake. From Batsto Village, the stream continues on for a few miles before its confluence with the Mullica River at The Forks. The Batsto River passes through multiple historic landmarks along its journey to the Mullica River. These landmarks include Hampton furnace, Lower Forge and Quaker Bridge, each being places of small settlements at one time.

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                    • Batsto Village


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                      Historic Batsto Village, a nationally recognized historic site, is located in Wharton State Forest in Southern New Jersey. The Village has changed and survived during several different periods of American history. During the Revolutionary War years, Batsto manufactured supplies for the Continental Army. Joseph Wharton, a Philadelphia businessman, purchased Batsto in 1876 at a Masters Sale. Wharton continued to purchase property in the area surrounding Batsto. He made improvements on the mansion, and on many of the village buildings. He was also involved in a variety of forestry and agricultural endeavors. New Jersey purchased the Wharton properties in the mid 1950’s. The state began planning for the use and development of the property. The few people still living in the Village houses remained as long as they wanted. It was in 1989 that the last house was vacated. Today Batsto Village is a New Jersey Historic site and is listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places.

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