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It’s hard to tire of the snow with stunning scenes like this one taken near Hoffman’s Crossing in Califon, by Anne Carlucci. Anne has lived in Hunterdon County for 15 years and is an avid photographer and nature lover who particularly enjoys shooting scenes in and around the Ken Lockwood Gorge. “There are many nooks and crannies of the gorge that have never been seen or explored by many residents,” said Anne. “The Hoffman’s Crossing Bridge area of the gorge always feels magical and brings a sense of calm serenity to me and reminds us to never take for granted the beauty of nature that God has given us to enjoy!"
Disease, exposure, crippling accidents and battlefield wounds – during a 16-month tour of duty, Private William Van Horn of the U.S. Colored Troops suffered every hazard known to a Civil War soldier and carried his scars home to Lamington, New Jersey.
I called my friend, Taylor James, yesterday at Flipside Farm and suggested that there were two things he and I should do later in the day - plow some ground and plant seed. He laughed, I laughed. We were both well aware there was a frozen snow pack of thirty inches covering everything...
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