Images of Jockey Hollow after Hurricane Sandy, Dec. 2, 2012

Jockey Hollow National Historic Park reopened last week after being shut down for weeks because of heavy damage brought on by the winds of Hurricane Sandy on October 29, 2012. The accompanying gallery of photos is a small sampling of what Mt. Kemble at Jockey Hollow in Harding Township and woodlands in neighboring Morris, Mendham and Bernards Townships experienced as a result of the winds of Sandy. Of course, the pictures give only the slightest glimpse of what power this storm had and what damage it wreaked. If you do not see the gallery below in the email post, click on the subject heading Images of Jockey Hollow to visit the mocosocoBirds.com web site.

Click on an image below to start the gallery slide show.

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