This past week we have been really trying hard to finish up most of Raleigh’s southern greenways…  As of this Friday, we’ll have completed all of the Walnut Creek Trail and hit the Neuse River!  This will be a big midway milestone for our 100 Miles in 100 Days series walking and foraging all 100 miles of Raleigh greenways in the 100 days from spring to summer.  As always, be sure to keep tabs on our instagram account for continuous updates!

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The trails around Lake Johnson took up part of our week – completing the eastern-most portion of the southern greenways.  We made some interesting finds there (even if not edible)!

Red spotted #gall. #wasps #crystalgall #100miles100days A photo posted by Piedmont Picnic Project (@piedmontpicnicproject) on

Walnut Creek Trail from Raleigh Blvd to Worthdale Park on to Walnut Creek Amphitheater and beyond…  The wild roses are in full bloom now, and you often smell their intoxicating smell before you see them.  

Not long now till #elderberry blossoms! #100miles100days #wildfoodlove #forage

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Sometimes it’s the #simplethings. #clover #100miles100days #forage

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Can’t get enough of these #wildroses! #intoxicating smell… #nofilter #foraged #wildfoodlove #100miles100days

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