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Historic Camps Along the Uwharrie Trail

This page may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclaimer for more info. What do you know about the historic camps along the Uwharrie Trail? One of these camps was recently re-discovered in the Birkhead Mountains Wilderness. Who built these camps? What makes them different from any other campsite along the trail? When Scoutmaster Joe Moffitt led“Historic Camps Along the Uwharrie Trail”

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2016 Uwharrie Trail Thru-Hike

Are you ready for a hike?! The Land Trust of Central North Carolina is hosting their fourth annual thru-hike of the Uwharrie Trail, May 19-22, 2016. Forty miles of backpacking over four days to raise awareness of the natural beauty of the Uwharrie Lakes Region and trail protection efforts of the Land Trust. If you’re“2016 Uwharrie Trail Thru-Hike”

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Closing The Loop on OBX

All Hallows’ Day dawned crisp and clear. Despite our anticipation and readiness for spooky hi jinks the night before, we were unable to conjure up any newsworthy phenomena. We loaded our gear on the motorcycles and rode a couple blocks down the street to the Ocracoke Coffee Company, a small shop we’d noticed the night before. A“Closing The Loop on OBX”

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Trouble In The Dark

Brian and I stood on the tail end of the ferry and watched the last of the light slip over the western horizon. Our motorcycles swayed with the waves in the gloom. Halloween night officially arrived as our ferry docked on the dark shores of Ocracoke Island, former hideout of Blackbeard the pirate. Our adventure continued. Sent“Trouble In The Dark”

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