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Old 08-18-2008, 07:56 AM   #1
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I visited a place in NJ, yesterday, GROUNDS FOR SCULPTURE, i share this kind of thing with my ct brothers because i believe what we do is ART, therefore this is relevent, enjoy.

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Old 08-18-2008, 07:57 AM   #2
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for the stone guys in the room

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MONET, ANYONE ?

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THIS PIECE WAS COOL. alien landing in pond

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Great place, - - just a few miles from me, - - you should see some of the fabulous artistic statues they have scattered around the area, - - used to be the location of the New Jersey State fairgrounds when I was a kid . . .
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That's really nice to have something like that in the neighborhood. Those granite blocks must be shipped down from Vermont huh. I'm pretty sure they don't quarry that in Jersey.
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Yah, - - we've got plenty of stoners but of a different variety . . .

(If I get a chance one day soon, - - I'll get some pics of their local stuff)
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Did you eat in the restaurant there..."Rats" ?

A little pricey for me but good food according to the wife. Her office had some function there a few years ago.

There's a Hooters not far from there. You should have said something about being in the area.

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