Ann Street Inn
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We were here once back in 2006 when we were shopping for a trawler. Happy to say the town has revived itself and the waterfront is thriving with dining and shopping.
We are staying at the Town Creek Marina. Which is a hike to town due to construction of a new bridge and road closures.
We have ...
... and weren't prepared for the fumes. We had set up our small fan as an exhaust plan out a side window and the roof fan going but when Terry opened it we had to run for the door. Terry took the brunt and it took him awhile to recover. We used the outside fan to prop open the refrigerator door and left to go to the store to pick up a few items (we now have to buy smaller amounts especially lettuce).
... a long day, almost without rain (as predicted) except at the very first of the trip. We hastily secured Rhiannon. Maggie put together some delicious tuna melt, and we relaxed with a feeling of accomplishment for completing a long trek with a little navigational challenge at the end. The last of the (good) box wine topped off the meal. Tonight we'd sleep in real beds, enjoy leisurely hot water showers, another glass of wine, and the chance to catch up on the ...
... birds and one morning a large parade of geese with their babies and 5 white ducks went right up the road in front of us. So nice.
Day 415 - Off to the Outer Banks. Today we explored the town of BEAU - FORT (pronounced differently than BEEUUU-FORT in South Carolina). Apparently they were both founded and named by the same person and even some of the streets have the same name. One being Carteret ...
... windy, but not wet. We popped into the Beaufort Grocery Co. Restaurant (mentioned in the Coolest Small Towns article) for a mid-afternoon snack. After looking at the menu, we ended up ordering a cup of gumbo (thick, chunky, and delicious), and a chicken salad gougère (which is a Parmesan choux pastry used as bread for a sandwich at this restaurant; also very tasty), which also came with a fresh fruit salad. We also ordered a basket of the salty, seasoned, ...
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