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Pamlico Paddle: Day 4, Bath Creek to Pungo River

Environmental, Sound Rivers, Water Trail

Posted on October 21st, 2021

Day 4 of the Pamlico Paddle was the longest, by far. Jill, Clay and First Mate Miller paddled nearly 20 miles from Plum Point, near the mouth of Bath Creek, to their next stop on the Pungo River. Conditions were pretty ideal for kayaking: sunny and warm, with a slight breeze out of the west pushing them along toward their next destination.

Sound Rivers staff caught up with the Pamlico Paddle trio about halfway through their trip to lend some support and video their first Facebook Live of the day. Only one more day of paddling will wrap up this year’s trip paddling the Pamlico!

Day 4 Update, 3 p.m.

Day 4 Update, 9 p.m.

Day 4 Update, More photos from the day!

Jill, Clay and First Mate Miller were spotted waiting for the Bayview-Aurora ferry to pass, by a Sound Rivers supporter.

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