10-17 Triumphant Return!
Last morning – update from the Cypress Hideaway Platform
And they’re done! Tour de Tar 2020 is in the books!
10-16 Day 9 – Almost home!
Jill and Clay give a tour of the Cypress Hideaway platform, their resting spot for their last night on the water!
Jill has made a new friend
10-15 A chilly start to one of the final paddle days!
Jill and Clay answer questions about bugs, bathrooms, and more!
10-14 Getting back out on the water and talking about the ACP
Jill and Clay sat down by the water with our friends at Tarboro Brewing Company for a fun beer tasting. Check it out here!
The paddlers talk with Sound Rivers friend Marvin Winstead about the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, which was proposed to cross his property before it was cancelled earlier this year. A huge victory for clean water!
10-13 Refreshed and well-rested
Jill and Clay had a great night on Nancy’s dock, and to start the day Jill gives a bit of info about Nancy’s turtle rehabilitation project!
Tonight the paddlers are staying in one of the River & Twine Tiny Homes at Rocky Mount Mills! Watch for a fun tour:
10-12 A special place to stay for the evening!
A wonderful friend of Sound Rivers, Nancy, offered Jill and Clay a place to camp! They are a day behind because of storms but Jill thinks they can make it up – she says not to tell Clay…
10-11 Safety on the water and change in plans
Clay and Jill give a weather update and explain a change in plans, and why safety is key!
Evening update: rainy day and Jill’s tacos by the river
10-10 (Rainy) Morning and Evening Check In After 20 miles
What are the paddlers eating and drinking? Jill gives an overview!
Clay gives an evening update and talks about stormwater!
10-9 Evening Update – Making Camp
10-9 Starting the day at McGhee Platform and passing Tabbs Creek
10-8 Launch Day!
Jill and Clay are off! More to come once they’ve had a chance to get some miles paddled.
10-7 Packing Day!
How much can Jill fit in the drybags that have to fit in her kayak? We think she needs to host a packing tutorial after the paddle…