Saturday afternoon. Spent an hour or so speaking about Mt. Holly and Sanborn Maps. The final presentation is automated in sections. The mt. holly heritage and sanborn maps as attached provides all material covered before the Mt. Holly Historical Society.
Tip of the hat across the board.
Drop a line or zap a note over if you have any questions. Paddle on down
Public Information Sessions Rancocas Creek National Water Trail Initiative, “Adopt a Creek” Free Public Paddles and Volunteer Safety Workshop. Join Us Down at Melpine Landing, Westampton, Rancocas State Park
Over the last 40 years or more constant grinding motions from waves and tides have polished glass (trash) over in Glass Bay, East Sea.
Which does not mean one can just leave trash behind when out paddling but it does mean art is found in many forms, areas and methods. Keep Melpine Landing and the Rancocas State Park Bluewater Trail free of trash. Stewardship anchors on personal responsibility even as this means cleaning the trash up that others leave. Carry a trash bag when out paddling. Paddle clean.
High Tide, able to zap around Oxbow, Mill Dam to Mill Dam in under an hour. They gets one hunger on. When in Mt. Holly support local business and enhance commerce
Offered subject to availability. Rancocas Pathways community supported agriculture sales offers Fresh Picked and Chilled Jersey Fresh Asparagus and Potted Wildflowers. Delivery Sunday Fernwood Springs Farms Farm Stand, Woodland Road, Westampton. Order before pick-up. All proceeds benefit the Rancocas State Park Bluewater Trail. Contact Rancocas Pathways: firstname.lastname@example.org