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Eureka Evanston Screened 6 Tent Review

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Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Review of the Evanston Screened 6 tent from Eureka is a roomy 6 person dome tent with a 5'8" center height that includes a screened in front room.

I've been camping more recently and wanted to upgrade from my old 4 person tent to something a bit roomier and more comfortable to stand in. After looking at many different tents on the market I decided to go with the Eureka Evanston Screened 6 Tent and I've been very happy with that decision.

Woods of Wenonah Trail

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Tuesday, August 7, 2018
The Woods of Wenonah Trail System consists of a number of different trails that total just under 6 miles in Wenonah, NJ that are maintained by the Wenonah Environmental Commission.

Trails are fairly easy to travel on but some get muddy or swampy though there are planks in most of these areas.

Along the trails you can see Wenonah Lake, Comey's Lake, Dilk's Pond, Monongahela Brook, Mantua Creek and a Tea House.

There are small loops of 1 mile or less around certain areas such as the lakes and Monongahela Brook but the longer trails of Break Back Run Trail, Mantua Creek Trail and Glen Trail are straight through trails.  By combining a few of the trails, in addition to some street walking, I was able to make a nice loop that began and ended at the parking lot for Wenonah Lake.

Tillman Ravine Trail Hike

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Thursday, August 2, 2018
Tillman Ravine Trail is a nice, fairly easy 1.8 mile, mainly out and back trail in the Tillman Ravine Natural Area within Stokes State forest in Walpack Township, NJ.

You'll be hiking through a ravine carved by Tillman Brook. Along the way you'll see some small waterfalls and cross some small bridges. The trail splits early on between an upper and lower route. I took the lower but I should have taken the upper on the way out and the lower on the way back.

India Brook Park Buttermilk Falls Hike

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Friday, July 27, 2018
India Brook Park in Mendham, NJ contains a number of hiking trails that loop around the park allowing you to decide if you want to take a short or longer hike.

The main feature of the park is Buttermilk Falls, small waterfall along the India Brook. It empties into a small pool area that I saw described as as swimming hole. It didn't look deep enough to actually swim in but it did look like you could maybe sit in it and cool off.

The trails are fairly easy. Not many hills or difficult passes. The views of the brook and the falls are beautiful and the trails in general are well maintained. It can get a bit muddy after rains. I found the trail system confusing and not well marked. Two trails both had yellow blazes and I did get off my intended path and have to find my way back on it at one point.
 

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