Thanks, Paul! Our apologies. This link has been fixed.
The link to the whitewater kayak article takes you to the waterfall article.
Map was screwy, should be fixed now. Our apologies, and thanks for pointing this out!
Help save the forested lands near Old Reedy Creek within RDU's project area. Please read and sign the petition here:
Here's a two-year-old blog post by a friend of mine about his completion of the Leadville Trail 100. It's a nice companion piece to this great article.
I came here to say the same thing... #1 is waaaaaay off.
Good idea, Indy.
Does no one use a proof-reader anymore?
The Lake Trail at Lake Crabtree is one of my favorites - a nice stretch where you usually won't see more than a couple of people. You will have to use some of the mountain bike trails if you want to complete the whole loop, but just keep your eyes peeled - you can see the bikes coming in advance. If it has rained in the last couple of days you should call the park to confirm if the trail is open, as the trail is low-lying and they close it if it gets too muddy. It was much wilder prior to MetLife moving in nearby, and there have been calls to pave it, but for now it's a gem.
Also be aware that there is probably a day use fee for trails at Jordan Lake.
That #1 on the map in Chapel Hill is definitely *not* where Umstead State Park is located in Raleigh, near Cary...! Completely wrong location.
Dumite, you seem pretty worked up about something, but I am really not seeing what could be upsetting you. Maybe I think differently--I grew up in different countries, and long ago too, when things were quite different.
You keep insisting that there was something (what?) to be done by school officials (which ones?) using their wisdom (how?) in such large quantities that even the smartest teenagers can't have (Mayday! SOS!?) about something (what?) that was going on.
That's a lot to answer after having already said so much, but it would help me understand.
how might facial Scarification imply the similar sense of the Spirit?
Absolutely love these, especially Suzanne Miller's!
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