Adventures while walking about Auburn, Alabama and its environs...
19 September 2020

Camp Hill Adventure

Occasionally, when a friend comes to visit me in Auburn and drives in from a distant city, we are able to coordinate things such that one of my long walks terminates at a point where they can pick me up as they approach my hometown. This weekend was one of those cases. I was able to make a 24 mile one way trek to Camp Hill and rendezvous with a friend who was driving down from north Alabama (thanks for picking me up, Tracy!).

Here are a few videos documenting my 7+ hour walk:

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