A November Day in New Jersey
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Canada geese in flight over the lake in Mill Pond Park in Plainsboro, New Jersey
落霞歸雁, 秋水長天。

More Canada geese in the air over Mill Pond Park.
This pair of mallards were walking from the pond side across the Lenape hiking trail to go into the lake side in
Mill Pond Park.
Autumn red leaves in Duke Farms forest. The hiking trail took us through a wooded area in Duke Farms.
The weeping willow near the Lotus Pond in Carnegie Center in West Windsor, New Jersey was still green in
November. But there was no more lotus flowers in November.
More autumn colors in Duke Farms forest near the tail end of the autumn season.
More autumn colors in Duke Farm forest
Location of Duke Farms: 80 Route 206 South in Hillsborough, New Jersey.

Website: http://www.dukefarms.org/Visitor-Info/

Direction to Duke Farms:

1.        Take I-287 North.
2.        Merge onto US-22 West via Exit 14B on the left, towards US-202/CLINTON/US-206.
3.        Follow Route 22 West and exit at Route 202/206 South towards Flemington.
4.        Follow Route 202/206 to the Somerville traffic circle and stay to the right to follow Route 206 South.
5.        Proceed 1¾ miles to the first exit after the bridge at Duke’s Parkway East.
6.        Turn right into the Duke Farms entrance. Stop at the gatehouse to check in with security

Map: Click here to see Google Map showing location of Duke Farm



Location of Mill Pond Park: Maple Avenue, Plainsboro, New Jersey
(Maple Avenue between Grovers Mill Road and Edgemere Avenue)

Direction to Mill Pond Park: Take Dey Road to light at the intersection of Plainsboro Road. Continue straight
– name of the road changes to Edgemere Avenue. Continue to the end and make a left onto Maple Avenue.
The park, the lake, the pond and Lenape Hiking Trail are on the left and a parking lot is on the right.

Map: Click here to see Google Map showing location of Mill Pond Park


Location and direction to the Lotus Pond in Carnegie Center are near the end of my web page at:

http://
www.shltrip.com/Lotus_and_Summer_Flowers.html
Many more Canada geese were on the lake in Mill Pond Park. We arrived at this park in late afternoon.
The walkway between the parking lot and the Lotus Pond in Carnegie Center in West Windsor.
Another walkway near the Lotus Pond in Carnegie Center in West Windsor.
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長風萬里送秋雁

More Canada geese in the air over the lake in Mill Pond Park in Plainsboro in New Jersey.

Sunday, November 7, 2010 was a sunny day with blue sky in New Jersey, but the air temperature was
between 40 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit and it was windy. We put on worm cloth and went hiking in (1) Duke
Farms forest in Hillsborough, (2) Carnegie Center in West Windsor and (3) Mill Pond Park in Plainsboro in
New Jersey.
One of several pairs of mallards on the lake in Mill Pond Park
The pond side of the Mill Pond Park
More autumn colors in Duke Farm forest.
Two arched stone bridges over the Lotus Pond in Carnegie Center in West Windsor
望秋燕展翅飛。

These Canada geese just took off from the lake in Mill Pond Park and were flapping their wings hard to gain
height above the nearby tree tops.
千美食林) in Princeton Shopping Center at 301 North Harrison St., Princeton NJ 08540 and enjoyed a
delicious lunch. This restaurant is very popular with many customers such that we and some other customers
had to wait for about 15 minutes before we were seated.

After the nice lunch, then we went hiking in Carnegie Center in West Windsor. Then at late afternoon, we went
hiking at Mill Pond Park in Plainsboro.
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