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Tell Me About It Tuesday: the Pamlico Paddle

Environmental, Sound Rivers, Water Trail

Posted on October 13th, 2021

PAMLICO PADDLE UPDATE: OCT. 12

IT’S ALL IN THE PLANNING: As Pamlico-Tar Riverkeeper Jill Howell and Environmental Projects Coordinator Clay Barber prepare to head out on the five-day, 70-plus miles paddling adventure down the Pamlico River, they spent an evening sharing where they’re going, where they’re staying and what they’re bringing along on the paddle. They also did a recap of last year’s Tour de Tar, the 10-day trip down the Tar River from Oxford to Washington–and shared what they learned from that experience.

Take a look at their plans and meet Miller the Adventure Pup, who makes a brief cameo in the video. Miller will be the First Mate on Jill’s kayak!

 

 

BY SUPPORTING JILL AND CLAY’S PADDLE TODAY, YOU’RE SUPPORTING SOUND RIVERS’ WORK ALL YEAR LONG! CLICK HERE TO DONATE!

 

Thank you, sponsors, for your generous support!

 
 
Betsy & Joe Hester

Rick Zablocki

Linda Boyer
 

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