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Old 07-08-2009, 07:14 AM   #46
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few clues:
Red Valley will lead you to this very, very old Baptist Church. It is listed as a NJ Historic place, and a washed out blue sign along the road marks this "Ye Olde" WOLLEY GNITEEM HOUSE.
The land is private, but guests are welcome
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Old 07-08-2009, 07:44 AM   #47
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wow, real old. alot of those gravestones have dates in the 1700's.
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Old 07-08-2009, 08:28 AM   #48
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Yeah,
Wow,
That's really far south.
Couldn't you get any closer to 195?

Sorry guys, I let us down again !
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Old 07-08-2009, 08:44 AM   #49
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...make sure to put the engine back in the bike fast enough..
Btw, it was a sweet ride from Racer's tag (local roads), and good opportunity for me to step back in time
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wow, real old. alot of those gravestones have dates in the 1700's.
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Old 07-08-2009, 08:50 AM   #50
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Yeah,
Wow,
That's really far south.
Couldn't you get any closer to 195?
...
you're just bustin my balls, right?
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Old 07-08-2009, 08:52 AM   #51
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...make sure to put the engine back in the bike fast enough..
Btw, it was a sweet ride from Racer's tag (local roads), and good opportunity for me to step back in time
That was 2Wheels4life's tag, but yea.....nice roads.
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Old 07-08-2009, 08:55 AM   #52
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Yeah,
Wow,
That's really far south.
Couldn't you get any closer to 195?

Sorry guys, I let us down again !
Looks like you could literally throw a rock onto 195 from there
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Old 07-08-2009, 09:10 AM   #53
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but it is an interesting tag. i coud probably pedal to it. how did you find that?
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Old 07-08-2009, 09:12 AM   #54
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you're just bustin my balls, right?
I"LL NEVER TELL !

Nice tag.
Never knew that was there.

Once I FINALLY figured out where the silos were it was too late.
Didn't think the bike lights would light those up and I wasn't going in the sand in the dark.
I was going to try this morning but I guess I need my sleep more then a tag.
I didn't want to be late for work.
If I had figured it out before I left work yesterday I would have ridden there. I was in the right area but could not pin-point them on any of the maps. I think I was looking too deep into the woods. And I thought the "same road" reference was to Rt 9 not 1st Ave.

I don't have time today for the new one. I wish I did.
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Old 07-08-2009, 09:33 AM   #55
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but it is an interesting tag. i coud probably pedal to it. how did you find that?
I took my time on the way back to work.. stayed away from highway... took few other pictures along the way too (mostly fields, rocks and trees ) than I bumped into this church.
sounds believable?
that's not what happened - I came prepared (in case if I get lucky and steal the silos tag).. last night I searched for very, very old church in the area
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Old 07-08-2009, 10:39 AM   #56
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Hey Bad Boy. Looks like you enjoy the fact GS TOR split... Soon you'll beat Doc in number of tags snapped playing the two games at the time...
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Old 07-08-2009, 11:37 AM   #57
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Hey Bad Boy. Looks like you enjoy the fact GS TOR split... ...
Not exactly. I wasn't thrilled with the idea from the beginning.. it's like playing a soccer or football or whatever on 1 field with 2 balls - it can be done, and you can probably score more often, but that's taking some of the challenge away from the game..
on the other hand, busy riders will have more opportunities to ride and the lazy ones.. they will have more to complain about
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Old 07-08-2009, 04:13 PM   #58
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i think ny has about 6 TOR's...
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Old 07-08-2009, 05:08 PM   #59
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got it

There were people there and I wasn't sure for what so I stayed clear not to disturb them. Turned out it was a meeting at the meeting house. Some were nice and ask if I was having a problem and needed help and some just gave a ? look. This is a really nice riding area not far from assumpink or the NJ horse park. Nice fair going on at the park this week. New tag up tomorrow. JEEEEZZZZZZZ where and what will it be??????????????????

Ole Yellow meeting house

From Red Valley, Old Yellow Meeting House Road will lead you to the Yellow Meeting house on your left. Before the meetinghouse, this site was known as the Crosswicks Baptist Meeting, or Upper Freehold Baptist Meeting.
In 1720 a house of worship and a burying ground was build on land donated by Thomas and Rachel Salter. Thomas was the brother of Hannah who married Mordecai Lincoln. They were the great-great grandparents of President Abraham Lincoln.
The original church burned, was replaced by the present Meeting House in 1737, and became informally known as the Old Yellow Meeting House. It is the oldest Baptist Meeting House in New Jersey and believed to be the third oldest in the USA.
The parsonage that is still standing was built around 1830. Additions were made to both the meetinghouse and parsonage at unknown dates. The Meeting House is built on exact compass settings. The long sides face North and South and the parsonage side is west. A bay was added on the North side and the interior design was altered. The pulpit and balcony changed places. Evidence suggest that the original parsonage had only two rooms and a hall and the eastern section was added later.
The last Sunday in July a reunion service followed by a luncheon is held and there is also a yearly Thanksgiving Eve service. The oldest dated grave in the cemetery is that of John Salter, son of Thomas and Rachel, who died August 29, 1723. There are unmarked stones thought to be older, and it is believed that there are unmarked graves. If you walk through the cemetery you will see these unmarked stones, and also many interesting stones with folk art designs. There are veterans of the American Revolution and of subsequent United States wars buried here. United States flags mark these graves. Many generations of some families starting in the 1770’s or possible earlier, and continuing to the present are interred here. Some of the old dates are difficult to read.
Since 1977 the Meeting House, parsonage and burial grounds have been restored under the auspices of the Friends of the Old Yellow Meeting
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Had it but I kept getting an error on the pic upload(upload of file failed)


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