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... century pirates including artifacts from Blackbeard's flagship (Queen Anne's Revenge) which ran aground near Beaufort in 1718. Across the street is a workshop where wooden boats are repaired and restored. Two bridges west and south of Beaufort is Fort Macon State Park, located on a barrier island at the Beaufort Inlet allowing ships access to the Atlantic. The brick fort was built in 1826 and was the site of action and occupation during the Civil War. The site was ...
... towns" in some travel magazine that i got. and it was cool. we walked around the waterfront area and saw some of the older ( from the 1700's) homes. most of them were b and b's or inn types of place. than we drove to morehead city, ate dinner at a place called sanitary restaurant, it was the first restaurant on that boardwalk and we had to go there because of the name.
we went to the mum festival in new bern. new bern is another historic town ...
... overload. We resemble a diver suffering from the bends and like that diver we are in a (notional) decompression chamber, a memorial decompression table. Washington DC is full of memorials to this and to that in big blocks of stone, fluted columns and domed roofs, exuding symbolism to make Kim Yong-un green with envy. We will deal with Washington down the track, as we had head further south and the way people speak increasingly reminds you of Senator Abetz.
Heading south ...
... will be first " ;) This is one of the worlds largest inlets of ocean water.... the water is very shallow, there are lots of little sand islands, we would hear the ferries alarm whenever the water got too shallow. (quite a few times ... the ferry would have to change course to find deeper water) Probably the reason why these island survive the huricane's, water is too shallow ...
... clean water, see beautiful coasts, and maintain a healthy Earth for the future.
And with that lecture, I will leave you with the rest of the pictures from oyster sill building on Jones Island this past Wednesday and our weekly Thursday sailing adventure! It was rainy and dreary Wednesday, but it was our first time out in the field for quite some time so lugging around bags of oysters was a welcome break from the ...
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