Memorial Day weekend: it may not technically be summer’s meteorological kick off (that comes at 6:34 p.m. on June 20), but it certainly kicks off the season in our psyche. And the weather should be good for kicking if off in any number of adventurous ways, including …
It’s that time of the month — for the second time. That makes for a rare opportunity to see two full moons in one month, and whether you see it from the water or a mountaintop, it’s an opportunity that shouldn’t be missed. Three of your viewing options follow.
From mellow hikes at the coast and in the mountains to a statewide star party, your prospects for adventure are looking up in North Carolina.
This is the perfect event if you’ve been thinking: I really should get moving more, and now that the weather’s awesome I don’t have a good excuse not to be active. Still …
The weather appears cooperative this weekend for a variety of pursuits, from stargazing to paddling to pedaling.
Among the coastal plains numerous outdoors attributes: less light pollution. That’s especially groovy if you like stargazing. If you’re not sure you like stargazing, find out Saturday evening at Cliffs of the Neuse State Park when park rangers encourage you to spread out on a blanket and learn the constellations and others things astronomical.