Adventures while walking about Auburn, Alabama and its environs...
29 April 2018

Record Walk

I set a new personal walking record today, 36 miles of walking:

I started at 4:00am and walked for twelve hours. My trek took me south down College Street, out of Auburn, all the way down to the community of Little Texas, then back northward through Tuskegee National Forest. I did not take too many pictures, but here are a few (an old, abandoned diner at the intersection of U.S. Highways 29 & 80, a skinnnnnny little snake, and an interesting stencil on the asphalt which I deduced was for the Bo Bikes Bama event).

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