Wordless Wednesday: Mount Tabor, New Jersey

Tuesday, April 10, 2012
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Mount Tabor, New Jersey in Morris County was started as a Methodist Camp Revival Meeting town, just as Ocean Grove was in Monmouth County. Mount Tabor was an independent town until 1980, and is now technically part of Parsippany, New Jersey -- but still has a separate feeling.

It has interesting gingerbready houses and still has a strong religious feel. Yes, some of the pictures look crooked, but for once it's not my fault, because  the streets are very hilly!

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You can read more about Mount Tabor here.

You can read about the concerts they present at The Tabernacle here.

You can see photos of the Mt. Tabor Country Club here.

Wikipedia has a page on Mt. Tabor here.

Last summer, I wrote about Ocean Grove, a Methodist Camp Revival town down the shore. You can check out those photos here.

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