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N. R. Tucker

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Once Around the Block

Hiking, even a stroll through the neighborhood, is my preferred way to exercise. Today I remembered why I enjoy this activity.

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Yadkin Memorial Park

One Saturday, not too long ago, my hiking partners and I checked out a couple of town trails.

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Score 1 for the Stump

It’s a small stump, but an important one. Continue reading “Score 1 for the Stump”

15 Miles

My daughter and I spent three days hiking in the Smoky Mountains, exploring a few trails I hiked in Tennessee when I was much younger. Continue reading “15 Miles”

Soco Falls, NC

While driving east on US 19 in North Carolina, there is a small pull-off on the right with a short walk to a viewing platform of this double waterfall. Continue reading “Soco Falls, NC”

15 Miles

My daughter and I spent three days hiking in the Smoky Mountains, exploring a few trails I hiked growing up in Tennessee. Continue reading “15 Miles”

Haw River State Park

Searching for a new-to-us trail that didn’t require a long drive, my daughter and I discovered Haw River State Park. Continue reading “Haw River State Park”

Currituck Banks Reserve

What a great find. Continue reading “Currituck Banks Reserve”

3 Reasons Winter Hikes Are the Best

Hiking in the southeastern United States (where I live now) is nothing like hiking in the Colorado Rockies (where I used to live). Continue reading “3 Reasons Winter Hikes Are the Best”

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