Lusk is shown here about to take Bramwell Mayor Louise Stoker through a large mud hole on the newly-opened Pocahontas Trail. John Fekete, deputy director of the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System said the Pocahontas Trail has all the ingredients it needs for success including a great trail, easy access and close proximity to the South. ‘Just add water,’ Fekete said.
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