Discussion in 'HH General Discussion' started by Infernalis, Jan 10, 2012.
My parents used to own some property in NY. It's beautiful there.
no doubts about it..
This road is on the map!
You better have a truck or jeep with decent clearance to go up this road.
More like no maintenance EVER. Highway?? where?
I would so be up for it,not too far from me,I am by Syracuse
O.K. You have just made me look at NY so differently! All this time I thought it was just skyscrapers and busy roads!
By the way... all you members who are talking about camping there, you have to stop. It's against regulation because it's not fair that I can't go too! lol
It's probably a good thing that I live so far away.
I might never be home!
A tent, a campfire, a wooden flute.
LOL! I might just take up squatters rights!
Those photos are so beautiful, I can jus imagine myself there just floating in that water, looking up and falling asleep! Heaven
That "concrete jungle" is 4 hours away, and I have been there more than once, I will not ever be going back. It's just not for me.
NY is full of great places to enjoy nature! I usually spend my days off wandering around a waterfall or nature preserve area.
Good to see a fellow NYer with the right idea. I'm in Orange County, which most south of here consider the sticks. Anyway, having lived here all 27 years of my life I have seen drastic environmental changes, specifically in regards to wildlife. Many species have adapted while others seem to have all but disappeared--namely eastern box and mud turtles. I used to see dozens a year--the past few years I've seen none. Luckily, however, I still have a decent backyard...
Give me "the sticks" over that concrete monstrosity any day of the week!
I haven't ever been to a truly big city, but I already know it's not for me. I like the small town life with woods at the back door.
Sweet property. I am so jealous.
Very nice work with the sanctuary.
All those species must be great to see and work with.
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