Cameron House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... from Boston in the North to Florida in the South where a potential hurricane is developing.
Desperation set in today. Both of us were sick of drinking wine and coffee out of disposable cups. Hotel rooms and efficiencies (apartments) only have disposable cups. Making tea is painful - running water through a one cup coffee maker to get it hot or boiling it in a paper cup in the microwave. No electric jug or toaster in the room. We headed off to the local Dollar Shop ...
We spent a week anchored in the bay. What a great little town. Home to the Lost Colony.
We bought tickets to the last play of the season. It's an outdoor theatre with state of the art lighting and sound. It was a nice portrayal of the story/legend. And it fulfilled out lifetime quota of live perfomances.
We did like ...
... geography lesson is over, let's get on to the day. After getting up I took Harley for a walk, while Cheryl made us a hot breakfast. During the walk I bumped into a man who was walking his Wirehair Terrier. Harley and he got to sniff each other for a bit and seemed to get along well. We chatted briefly but when the dogs started getting tangled up, we decided to head back. We both headed the same way and then realized we were neighbors. When he saw the ...
... great but this oven rubberized them...it is a microwave / convection / grill combo deal but I'm still trying to protect it hehe.
We arrived safe and sound around 6, we are nestled into the Beaufort Dock marina thank goodness what a day. The canals are slow and gorgeous and then you hit bigger bays and rivers given the poor weather it was rough. The Neuse river was the worst it looked like it would be fine then wham 5 foot short ...
... dockside with two other vessels and she would be making miles today in the company of Journey and Lumar.
This open bay crossing is the largest in the NC section of the ICW and consisted of lots of day markers passing by in straight lines. Anytime the wind picked up we were dead into it and sailing wasn’t an option. We occupied ourselves ...