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emscrs
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06:18 AM on 10/03/2011
Actually, NJ is called the Garden State because of all the truck farms we used to have, before the developers descended on us like a plague of locusts and we then were growing houses and paving everything else.
02:50 PM on 10/01/2011
Beautiful garden; stunning photos, (like exquisite computer effects), but ugly fence shatters the illusion.
02:04 PM on 10/01/2011
lol huffpo editors: New Jersey's motto is the "Garden State".
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jagrmeister721
Independent; I critique all
01:56 PM on 10/01/2011
Gorgeous
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seehowtheyrun
Without music, life would be a mistake
01:55 PM on 10/01/2011
What's hard to believe about that? There are some beautiful places in New Jersey.
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malander
01:05 PM on 10/01/2011
Jersey has some beautiful landscapes. It isn't all Sopranos and Jersey Shore. Amazing the influence TV has.
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gurukalehuru
cwtc7
12:34 PM on 10/01/2011
I don't like headlines that say "You won't believe..."
It's a very nice garden. It's in New Jersey. There's nothing about it that's amazing or hard to believe.
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CPAwADD
Always look on the bright side of life.
12:58 PM on 10/01/2011
I guessed Antartica because that would have been unbelievable.
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BannedInBoston
Everyone is entitled to my opinion.
12:25 PM on 10/01/2011
Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? With coral bells and cockle shells and one f_cking eggplant....
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CPAwADD
Always look on the bright side of life.
12:59 PM on 10/01/2011
700 zucchini.
01:24 PM on 10/03/2011
Lol lol . I am from jersey. Lol lol
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12:11 PM on 10/01/2011
Beautiful garden, but what's hiding behind that fog?
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haval2
what to say?
02:57 PM on 10/01/2011
new york
11:43 AM on 10/01/2011
I once mentioned to a friend that I hiked a lot in New Jersey. Astonished, he asked, "Where can you hike in New Jersey?" I told him about the hundreds of miles of woodland trails, including a chunk of the Appalachian Trail. He was amazed. I was amazed: he lives in New Jersey, but the only non-urban part of it he's ever seen is The Shore. So it's not just outlanders who give NJ a bad name.
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pagansmom
Truth fears no questions
12:41 PM on 10/01/2011
My husband and I go hiking almost every weekend. Even our neighbors don't have a clue about all the great trails.
04:21 PM on 10/02/2011
A thought occurs: perhaps we really ought to stop telling other people how great the hiking is in NJ. That way we can keep it all to ourselves. Bwahahahahah!
03:22 PM on 10/01/2011
Agreed. We hike in NJ almost every weekend and people are surprised when we tell them that. Just check out http://www.njhiking.com or http://www.nynjtc.org to see how beautiful New Jersey is and how many places there are to hike. I wish there was a reality show that showed this part of NJ!
04:26 PM on 10/02/2011
And special thanks to all the great folks who work so hard a trail maintenance! But I'm gonna stop telling people how great the hiking is. Selfish, I admit, but I'll risk it.
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emscrs
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06:20 AM on 10/03/2011
I don't - so far the developers haven't found those areas, and certainly would pave them and put up more starter castles if they did.
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incognito-ergo-sum
ProgLibFemHumanist. Thanks tax payers for paying
11:39 AM on 10/01/2011
For a moment I thought this was the geothermal project up North.
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Richard H Stafursky
11:10 AM on 10/01/2011
Rather than returning the forest this fellow destroys the kedges and grooms the 100 acres in NJ. Keep in mind that any acre of culturally altered land can be returned to natural forces so that that place once again can be described as a natural landscape. This fellow seems to take great joy in grooming the Earth when he should be restoring it instead. The "new ecology" artists do not want to return the forest; they want to use it, groom it and consume it. This hideous altered landscape is an artist's desire to leave his imprimatur on the landscape. This is similar to placing huge initials on mountains owed by ranchers in New Mexico. The Earth deserve better.
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kccomments
01:02 PM on 10/01/2011
A little harsh. Worse things than gardens are are done to natural landscapes every day
10:46 AM on 10/01/2011
*looks in mirror* "Who'dat? Could that be the Situation? Shoot, I think it is!"
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Sing Out and Slap Iron
What's that smell?
08:50 AM on 10/01/2011
Guess it really is the Garden State. That place is freakin' gorgeous!
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milomilano
08:29 AM on 10/01/2011
This is the NJ where I live, Hunterdon County. Farms, horse farms, preserved land and as bucolic as you can get.