I'm planning a ride to the beach this weekend, and these days my first source for a cue sheet & route is Google Maps. When you use it in "Walking" mode, you get routed on to smaller roads. You can adjust the route by dragging it to the roads of your choice after Google does the preliminary route.
The problem, I've discovered, is that when you use Walking directions you often end up on roads that are either dirt or true walking paths. I've been caught off-guard a couple times by this problem.
As I drew this weekend's route, I noticed the camera icon next to many of the turns. Clicking the icon shows you what kind of road you're getting ready to turn on. Voila! I found this gem, the turn after Bud Geddie Road. Have a look. Notice the "road" is unnamed in the directions.
It appears to be a tractor path across a tobacco field -- in fact, you can see the tractor. It's only 1.3 miles, and may go through, but just in case I'll have a Plan B for that section.
Thank you, Google.