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Up on top of a hill there are great views but nobody stops. We come upon the Deserted Village that once was a resort and a paper-making town called Feltville.
Some houses and the church/store are renovated and people live here now.
Hiking has great merit as a social activity; it emphasizes special characteristics in people.
The woods can even be a bonding agent, or at least a place where you might find someone you want to bond with.
Specialized hike promotions have come to the fore by organizations like the Sierra Club, which offers hikes all over the region.
I chose one for review a hike in the Watching Reservation in Mountainside.
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We enter the May apple-strewn woods with 37 people and a few dogs. The only thing worse is diving and wearing a bathing suit." Along the stream there are old foundations and a waterfall that runs through chiseled rock, perhaps part of a long-ago dam.They offer women the opportunity to learn basic woodswoman skills like how to read maps and compasses, paddle, tie knots and identify plants.AFW is a non-profit guided hiking group for women only that started as business 22 years ago.Well-behaved dogs are allowed on the hikes, but good trail etiquette demands having control of your dog. Water cascades over the hillside too, but no one stops for long because this is a group thing.The path crosses the orange trail, the blue, the yellow, the white, and back across green, the sierra trail, up through the pine groves and out at a pavilion. With a group this size, it's difficult to step off the trail when nature calls, so we take advantage of all facilities. What is it that makes people want to do a group hike?