Adventures while walking about Auburn, Alabama and its environs...
5 May 2016

Visiting Roxana

My first ever 30+ mile walk occurred when I made it all the way to the community of Roxana in northwestern Lee County. Roxana does not have a large population, but it does have a nice, old church and cemetery:

The journey back to Auburn took me down a long dirt road (Lee County Road 66). At this fork I took the leftward branch:

Some cool gneiss rock formations are in the area (there are much larger such granite formations in the vicinity... some nearly as large as football fields).

Just west of Loachapoka, where CR66 ends and joins CR65, there is an old steel truss bridge:

In all I walked about 32 miles:

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