Cameron House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... a proposal? The female shape put a hand to its mouth and bounced around. She must have said yes. This is when we noticed a third shape approaching. Shape 3 had filmed the engagement on his iPhone. Ohhh, how romantic. He had his proposal filmed... And then...after some kissing and selfies, shape 3 started filming again. The newly-engaged began re-acting the proposal, this time with new camera angles. The magic was once again gone. I turned ...
We started out early today and headed south through Virginia into North Carolina. The weather was hot and dry. We definitely know that we have hit the south - complete with southern drawl and confederate flags flying.
We headed to an area on the coast called the Outer Banks. This is a series of coastal islands connected to each other by long bridges. As we drove along we caught glimpses of the coast and ocean, but a lot of ...
... was concrete and there was a concrete patio with a picnic table. It was much nicer than the KOA at the same cost.
After we got hooked up I realized that I left the rod that I use to unfurl the awnings at the KOA. Cheryl took the Jeep and went back to get it and stopped at the local produce stand across the street. I took Harley and went to the beach for a walk.
I had Harley off his leash so he could do his own thing and get in the water ...
After I ended last night's blog I drove to the nature conservatory, but it was too dark to tell much and just headed back. I drove out to Covington, the only town I had yet to peruse. Found a horse. I drove out to Avalon Pier with my hot chocolate. Well it was a private pier and I would have had to climb over a 8" ish tall fence to get to the pier. Since it was about 15" up and I was rather sore ...
... River Canal and a crucial decision: We could push on an extra 20 miles into the evening, with the thought that several such days would put us in Wilmington for Thanksgiving, or we could drop anchor and spend another day with our fellow travelers who had already pulled off. The lure of strength in numbers proved too great. We came about at the mouth of ...