You know you’re ready for it to warm up when you’ve got frost on your back. Spring can’t come soon enough for us! What about you? On the Neuse River in Raleigh.
A sunrise sparkles on a windy morning at Falls Lake in Raleigh.
There is a pretty stark difference in the colors you’ll see in July vs January along the Neuse River. Each season has its own personality. Which do you prefer?
Falls Lake was created by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to help control flooding along the Neuse River. Construction of the dam began in 1978 and the lake was completed in 1981. The lake is named after the Falls of the Neuse, a location of rock water falls and cascades, now submerged by the
This is what you see what you look at the Neuse River in Raleigh and just let your eyes relax a little and go slightly crossed. You should try it, you’ll see what we’re talking about.
There is almost no water flowing through Falls Dam right now. It’s amazing that sometimes it can be a monster with 6,000 cubic feet per second coming out and other times, like now, it is only a trickle (70cf).
In the Neuse River in Raleigh.
During early fall, whitetail deer swap their light and thin summer coats for heavy-duty winter ones. Deer grow a short and dense undercoat of wooly fur, then top it with stiff, hollow, long and dark guard hairs on top. This makes them largely unaffected by the winters we have here in NC. This pair was
I think it goes without saying but…brrrr! On the Neuse River in Raleigh.