Positively New Jersey!

Thursday, July 30, 2015

I have been reading some very interesting articles about New Jersey. It’s nice to read something that isn’t negative. New Jersey has a lot going for it!

This first article from Freehold Subaru tells us why it is a good idea to live in New Jersey.

Benefits of Living Between Philadelphia and New York

After reading this first article, I had hope.

I then looked for some more positive articles about New Jersey.

The Little Red Schoolhouse in Florham Park

Monday, July 20, 2015
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The Little Red Schoolhouse, Florham Park, NJ

The Little Red Schoolhouse is the pride and joy of beautiful Florham Park, New Jersey. It is in their township logo and all over the town website. 

The Little Red Schoolhouse, which was known as Columbia School District No. 5, was built in 1866 and was in continual use for classes until 1914. 

The Summit Diner, Summit, New Jersey

Monday, June 29, 2015
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New Jersey is known as “the diner capital of the world.” A truly classic American "diner" is a prefabricated restaurant, with the exterior partly or wholly stainless steel, and brought to the site to be assembled.

The Farm at Green Village

Monday, June 8, 2015
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The Farm at Green Village in lovely Green Village, New Jersey, contains over 30 acres of trees, plants, flowers, and animals. They have an amazing and beautiful variety of flora and fauna, and everything you'd need for your garden or patio.

It is one of my favorite places in New Jersey  because it is pretty and peaceful. 

It's a magical place . . .

Presby Memorial Iris Gardens, Montclair, New Jersey

Monday, June 1, 2015
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The Presby Memorial Iris Gardens in Montclair, New Jersey are the largest public iris garden in the world. Every spring they bloom in a variety of colors and iris types.

You can read more about the iris gardens here

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