FILE - Toni Conger of Statesville, NC, finds a quiet spot on the Roanoke Sound at the end of the Roanoke Trail at the Nags Head Woods Ecological Preserve to sit and play a small flute. She and her husband Ken had been here before, and they stopped by to enjoy the solitude by the water. There are several hiking trails through the 1400 acre maritime forest, but this one ends at the Roanoke Sound.
FILE - Toni Conger of Statesville, NC, finds a quiet spot on the Roanoke Sound at the end of the Roanoke Trail at the Nags Head Woods Ecological Preserve to sit and play a small flute. She and her husband Ken had been here before, and they stopped by to enjoy the solitude by the water. There are several hiking trails through the 1400 acre maritime forest, but this one ends at the Roanoke Sound. The (Raleigh) News & Observer
FILE - Toni Conger of Statesville, NC, finds a quiet spot on the Roanoke Sound at the end of the Roanoke Trail at the Nags Head Woods Ecological Preserve to sit and play a small flute. She and her husband Ken had been here before, and they stopped by to enjoy the solitude by the water. There are several hiking trails through the 1400 acre maritime forest, but this one ends at the Roanoke Sound. The (Raleigh) News & Observer
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