A virtual tour via cell phone photographs of the Patriots’ Path within Troy Meadows Natural Area.
The gravel parking lot is located on South Beverwyck Road in Parsippany New Jersey.
A wooden kiosk in the parking area lets visitors know they have arrived at Troy Meadows Natural Area.
The blue blaze travels beyond a wooden gate from the parking area.
A small amount of fine gravel lines this part of Patriots’ Path.
After turning right, the trail is now following a gas pipeline.
A few flowers dot the edge of the gas pipeline.
Patriots’ Path turns left and diverts from the gas pipeline.
The trail now runs along tall high tension electrical lines. Red-tailed Hawks often sit atop these towers.
Looking at the electrical towers. By following these, one gets nearer to the center of the marsh at Troy Meadows. I head that way in winter to view Northern Harriers.
Patriots’ Path now heads into a wooded area and will lead out by Troy Road near the border of Hanover Township not far from East Hanover.
I turned around and called it a day because the sun was setting. There is much more of Troy Meadows to explore.
All photos taken on my Blu Life One X2 cell phone with the camera set to HDR mode. Click above to purchase from my Amazon affiliate link. For ~$200 this 1.4ghz processor and 16 megapixel camera were a good value to me. I have been relying on this unlocked cellular phone for months.
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