Ratdog, you da man!
RR map of NJ 1887
shows the RR line in question...
Mom has her own wooden Old Town canoe and still paddles the grandchildren upstream an hour to see the old abandoned apple orchards that supplied the Apple Jack Mill during prohibition. When the mill burned down, a builder craftsman gathered the timbers and bricks and built the house I grew up in.
Natureboy, post up when you are thinking about making this hike, might drop in on ya.
Silver, I need to walk the "new" sections of the Batona. Figure if I head out 2 hours before you, I should get to camp about an hour after you.
Have sherpas, will travel...
It's a clear shot on the RR tracks from Atsion to Batona Camp. You'll cross over two beautiful train trestles (Springers Brook & Batsto River) along the way. 012.jpg
Don't worry Wilson, I'll do all the paddling. You just hang on! ~Chuck Noland
Now you done gone and got yourself a hammock, and you done opened that can of worms ~Shug
I was thinking about slackpacking the long leg, Ong's Hat to Batona sometime soon 'cause that's the tough part. If I know I can slackpack it, then that makes me more confident I can do it with a pack.
"A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds." Ralph Waldo Emerson