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Day 33: Summerfield, NC. camp with Pam and Bill Lemmons

  • May 3, 2018
  • Shelley Pereda

20.4 Pass Auburn Rd. on right. Note: Following Auburn Rd. for one block leads to US 220, with multiple businesses, including... Continue Reading

Day 32. Falls Lake Trail to Falls Lake Campground

  • May 2, 2018
  • Kenny Capps

I’m not sure what came over me, but I made it out of camp fairly early this morning and hit the... Continue Reading

Day 31. Falls Lake to (more) Falls Lake

  • Kenny Capps

Last night I was probably the most tired I have been since I started this trip a month ago. I suppose... Continue Reading

Day 32: Macpherson Stadium & Bryan Park Soccer Complex, Townsend Road, Browns Summit, NC

  • Shelley Pereda

0.0 From Jim Batten Soccer Parking Lot for the Bryan Park Soccer Complex, turn left on Southshore Rd. to begin Segment... Continue Reading

Day 31: Red Slide Park Lang Street, Haw River, NC

  • May 1, 2018
  • Shelley Pereda

27.5 At riverside benches, turn left to parallel river. 27.6 Where trail leaves mowed field of Red Slide Park, follow the... Continue Reading

Day 30. Clayton to Falls Lake.

  • April 30, 2018
  • Kenny Capps

I laced up my running shoes and headed North on the Neuse River Greenway again with every intention of repeating the... Continue Reading

Day 30: Pleasant Green Rd. Eno, NC (parking area just off Highway 70)

  • Shelley Pereda

0.0 From the Pleasant Green Rd. trailhead in Eno River State Park, turn right on Pleasant Green Rd. to begin Segment... Continue Reading

April 29. Day 29. Selma to Clayton

  • April 29, 2018
  • Kenny Capps

I had a guest appearance today by my friend, Chris de Beer! Chris, essentially said to himself, I only have 3... Continue Reading

Day 29: Red Mill Rd. Durham, NC

  • Shelley Pereda

59.4 Cross 2 small creeks on footbridges. 59.6 Cross a wide, overgrown road bed and start to walk through a more... Continue Reading

April 28. Day 28. Four Oaks to Selma

  • April 28, 2018
  • Kenny Capps

We actually made it out of camp fairly early today, and being so close to where I stopped yesterday, I was... Continue Reading