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Throwing Bones Trail Races Postponed Until the Fall

  • March 13, 2020
  • Kenny Capps

After much deliberation with our Board, and consulting with the Department of Health, CDC and a state epidemiologist, I’m super sad... Continue Reading

Lookout to Lookout to Lookout

  • November 28, 2016
  • Kenny Capps

This was the start of the real trail training for me, and it was great to share this with my 15 year... Continue Reading

We’re Going to Kick This

  • November 14, 2017
  • Shelley Pereda

Cancer is scary. Blood cancers are even scarier. You can’t cut it out and you can’t melt it away. But there... Continue Reading

News 13 Interview with Kenny Capps

  • Shelley Pereda

Are you a member of the press that would like to feature Throwing Bones? Download our media kit, and contact Kenny... Continue Reading

Day 1: Jockey’s Ridge State Park Kickoff Run

  • April 1, 2018
  • Shelley Pereda

Join Kenny on the first leg of his journey across the state for a 31 mile run starting at Jockey's Ridge... Continue Reading

Day 1 (Part 1)- Jockey’s Ridge to Rodanthe

  • Kenny Capps

The day is here! 5:30 am – I’m sure that some folks thought I was full of it, but I’m actually... Continue Reading

Day 1 (Part 2) – Jockey’s Ridge to Rodanthe

  • Kenny Capps

DAY 1 – PART 2 I ran. And I kept running. It’s not as if I was going fast, like I was... Continue Reading

Day 2: Rodanthe, NC

  • April 2, 2018
  • Shelley Pereda

Lots of Parking opportunities after Rodanthe. The van can meet me and fuel me every couple of miles. Avon is probably... Continue Reading

Day 2 – Rodanthe to Avon

  • Kenny Capps

I woke up at 5:30am this morning, sore but excited. Honestly, I wasn’t even thinking of a “mission” or a “purpose”.... Continue Reading

Day 3: Avon, NC

  • April 3, 2018
  • Shelley Pereda

Frisco Campground is at mile 60.3 and runs along the trail (campsite p-22), so that might be good place to stop... Continue Reading

Day 3. Avon to Hatteras. Eating meat?

  • Kenny Capps

On Day three, I started to really feel it. Today, the trail took me until I couldn’t go any further without... Continue Reading