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    nj

    Only 2 hangers in Cape May?

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    Welcome to the forum. I'm sure there's more, NJ is a well represented state.

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    Im an hour and a half north....howdy!
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    pine barrens

    I see you didn't make it to the Pine Barrens either. I couldn't make it either. I'm hoping to get out soon.

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    Yea, I need a warmer underquilt for this time if year. Just so much money....hopefully me and my gf can figure out how to make one.

    Question for ya, I've been going to Wildwood for most of my life (26) and am now living near Belmar. Recently, with sandy, I haven't heard anything about Wildwood or the cape may area...how did you guys fare and the Wildwood boardwalk? Is the NorEastern still on the boards?
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    sandy

    We did pretty well in Cape May and Wildwood ..there was some flooding though. Stone Harbor and Ocean City were worse but all seems well now. We lost power from the start of the storm till the next day. Not bad at all.

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