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for Wildlife in North Carolina Vol. 42 Issue 3, Mar 1978
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Floating down a river can be an ideal way to vacation and explore natural surroundings. One river that is often overlooked for floating is the Roanoke River in northeastern North Carolina. Its high banks offer good camping sites, and it flows through some of the state's interesting countryside. Lynch describes a thirty-five-mile floating trip on the Roanoke from Scotland Neck to Hamilton.
Rabies broke out in northern Florida in the 1960s and has been moving steadily northward. The disease, which is being carried solely by raccoons, has now reached South Carolina. Health officials estimate that it will spread into North Carolina in the near future.