Cameron House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... wanted. He pretty much stayed with me until he saw two people out in the waves and he jumped in and started swimming their way. I had to call him to come back. I don’t know what he was thinking. We walked around for about 20 minutes by ourselves until Cheryl arrived.
Harley, as usual, introduced us to another couple who were walking along the beach. We ended up talking to them for well over an hour as we stood by the water’s edge. The ...
... The roads were gravel and the grass was mostly brown. We found our spot and pulled in to get set up.
The spot we were in isn’t very level and for the first time, I used the jacks to get the right side up enough to get level. While hooking up the utilities, I got a sticker in my heel. I didn’t say anything to Cheryl but I was not impressed so far. We finished hooking up and got settled in.
I did some writing and Cheryl ...
... The creek is pretty wide open here and we could see a lot of birds. Tyler pointed out a noisy kingfisher and we saw a couple turtles sunning themselves on logs, despite the chilly weather. Then we headed back and followed the red-blazed trail that makes a loop. This trail departs from Milltail Creek and follows a very narrow stream towards Sawyer Lake. The swampy forest here was beautiful and the water was so ...
Sunday morning was rainy and very windy, so we had a relaxing morning around the house. We ate breakfast and chatted with D for a while and then took showers. As lunch time came around, we headed off to Manteo on Roanoke Island and went to the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island. A very good activity for a rainy day at the beach. The wind was so strong, our car was actually getting blown crossing the bridge on the ...
... National Historic Site shows where they first flew their plane; and Hatteras (where the famous boat builder is from, and home of the Museum of the Graveyard of the. Atlantic.). More than 1500 ships were shipwrecked along the Outer Banks; as late as 2005 . Took a bike ride around Roanoke Island--saw Fort Raleigh where the ...