Lenape Woods Trail - photo: Allan Dean
Lenape Woods Trail - photo: Allan Dean

I want the Herald to acknowledge a family from Atlantic Highlands that your town should be extremely proud to have.

I recently went hiking with my dog in Lenape Woods. I got lost and had lost my bearings when this family of father, daughter, and son met up with me and asked if I was alright. I told them yes, they gave me directions and went on. About 1/2 hour went by when they came back to find out if I was still lost.

Sure enough I was and getting very tired. So these three angels walked me back to a point outside the woods but not any where near my car. They planted me in a safe place walked back to their home and came back in their car to drive me to mine; that’s how far away I had come from my starting point.

His two children took my dog’s leash so I could maneuver better on my wobbly legs. My dog enjoyed their company since she is a pit bull and most people don’t have the courage to even walk on the same sidewalk let alone with her.

I made it home safely thanks to their compassion for another person. Their parents have two great children and should be very proud of them.

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Jackson Pines and Cranston Dean in residency at Langosta Lounge in Asbury Park
Jackson Pines and Cranston Dean at Langosta

They don’t have any idea that I am writing this so I won’t give out their names. But they came to Jean Bruno’s rescue today.

Jean Bruno

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