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Old 15th May 2009, 16:17   #16
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Thanks for sharing these great pix!

As many have already said, these pix bring back memories of my term in East Coast too. It has a charm of its own and anybody venturing into these country roads invariably fall in love with the nature.

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Old 15th May 2009, 17:20   #17
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Guys,
Thanks for all your comments.

Some more photos.

1. I-80
A beautiful Spring day in New Jersey-img_5169.jpg

2. View from rest area on I-80
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3. First view of swartswood lake
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4. Boat dock at swartwood lake
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5. 6. Swartswood lake and clouds
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7. Pretty house besides the road
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8. Another farm
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9. 10. 11. Some more roads
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12. Mundane I-84
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13. Another rest area on I-84
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14. Spring wildflowers
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There is a road off Route 130, it is called Deans Rhode Hall Rd. It is just 2-3 miles long, just try it.

Here is the google map link: deans rhode hall rd - Google Maps
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Will do.

Anything special about it?

Also please let me know if you know some beautiful drives in NY-NJ area. These days are truly beautiful, once summer peaks then it gets hot and then one doesn't feel like getting out of AC room at home
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Canopy all the way. If you see the road in the google map, it is a straight road in dense woods, but it keeps going up and down all the way. It gives different feelings in different seasons.
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Guys,
Thanks for all your comments.

Some more photos.

1. I-80
Isn't that a Nissan in the first pic? The tail lights are strikingly similar to the skyline.

Loved the pics abhi. Its nice to see so much greenery around.

P.S. Superb shot of the 911t.
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Isn't that a Nissan in the first pic
I wish !
Its an older version Chevy Impala.

Thanks for your comments.

-Abhijit
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thanks for great pics.
looks like Heaven :-)
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Hey Abhijit, beautiful pictures!

I haven't really explored New Jersey too much - my experience is limited mainly to parts of Jersey City and North Bergen, which aren't the best of places to get a good impression about the rest of NJ.
Other places in North NJ and around Newark haven't been interesting either but you've given a different view.
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Whoever thought this is NJ?. I've driven to Trenton quite often over the years and never seen scenery like this!. Nice pics.
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looks like Heaven :-)
I was going to say the same thing. That lake is something bro. Thanks for sharing the pics with us. They are truely lovely.
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