Allaire Conditions

Discussion in 'Allaire State Park' started by Frank, Aug 30, 2011.

  1. KenS

    KenS JORBA: President JORBA.ORG

    Location:
    Mays Landing
    Perfect this afternoon despite some morning showers.
     
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  2. sk1er18

    sk1er18 I Get Jokes

    Location:
    Jackson/Howell
    Looks like I just missed ya buddy
     
  3. mike_243

    mike_243 JORBA Board Member/Chapter Leader JORBA.ORG

    Location:
    Brick,New Jersey
    Was nice yesterday and should be prime for the beginner ride tonight come on out and meet the crew...
     
  4. ReverendNewman

    ReverendNewman Active Member

    Location:
    Brick, NJ
  5. w_b

    w_b Well-Known Member

    Location:
    central jersey
  6. Frank

    Frank JORBA JORBA.ORG

    Location:
    Brick
    allairemap.jpg

    you can see it on the old map


    Actually, it's down trail a bit. It was / is called Beach due to the broken sea shells there. Not sure where that soil originated from, but there are other spots with shells at Allaire.
     
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  7. Flaubert

    Flaubert Formerly RobW

    Location:
    Hartshorne
    The different soil compositions at allaire always makes me think how diverse it really is... sand, shells, pea gravel, black dirt, and in the pines there is that loamy composted pine needle..
     
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  8. choop

    choop Well-Known Member

    Curious... what year is this map from?
     
  9. Frank

    Frank JORBA JORBA.ORG

    Location:
    Brick
    Mid to late 90's is as close as I can get to an answer. There are many trails on that map that have been closed, or re-routed. that map was drawn, not computer generated, so it's nothing like the map that was created a few years ago.
     
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  10. Johnny Utah

    Johnny Utah Well-Known Member

    It's really not diverse. The whole thing is a sand based layer or "regolith" which is soil devoid of real nutrients. The immediate layer on top is organic based from decaying plant life, the color usually derived from the plant life that is decaying. Beyond that there are some small pockets of clay throughout the park. Otherwise it is sand.

    If you want to see some real shells, go across from the church. There are dump truck loads of them.

    Look at me using my college edumacation.
     
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  11. sk1er18

    sk1er18 I Get Jokes

    Location:
    Jackson/Howell
    Thanks Bill Nye, now go back to drinking PBR and working on your Ford.
     
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  12. Johnny Utah

    Johnny Utah Well-Known Member

    Don't be Jealous. Still rode more than you this week.
     
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  13. sk1er18

    sk1er18 I Get Jokes

    Location:
    Jackson/Howell
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    Let's compare mileage after your wife pumps out 4 humans
     
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  14. Johnny Utah

    Johnny Utah Well-Known Member

    Yeah, no. That didn't happen here. So I will continue to work on my Ford with a PBR after my ride.

    You're welcome.

    Bask in the low dollar glory.......
     
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  15. Gnick

    Gnick Member

    thoughts on riding tomorrow morning?
     
  16. mike_243

    mike_243 JORBA Board Member/Chapter Leader JORBA.ORG

    Location:
    Brick,New Jersey
    Well I am in brick and it has been raining more or less all day although light rain.
    the sun is not going to dry things up so I would say the morning is not going to be good.
    We have a TM session at 8AM and wrap up around noon then we might ride we will have a better view after TM.
     
  17. mike_243

    mike_243 JORBA Board Member/Chapter Leader JORBA.ORG

    Location:
    Brick,New Jersey
    Notice there is no "glass" "imba" or "switchbacks" and there is the roller coster
     

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