Cape Hatteras Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... plus a cooler & sometimes buckets all on their front bumper!
We found one of the beaches they were headed for & went for a chat! They have to pay $50 a month or $120 a year for a beach access permit to drive their trucks right on the beach plus the fishing license fee of $30. They catch a large variety of fish but not ones were familiar with so I can't remember the ...
Ted was Jonesing for a breakfast burrito today. He has these moments where he fixates on certain food items. Frequently they are Mexican food and we have done a poor job of finding any good Mexican food on this trip. Sheree's breakfast burrito did the trick today then The deal was burrito for OBX wooden ornament thing, Sheree had seen a souvenir made of carved wood that would make a good Christmas ...
From here, we took US-264 to US-64 and crossed over to the Outer Banks. Heading south on NC-12 we crossed Pea Island and on to Hatteras Island. Allie had told us that the snowy owl was last spotted in the Buxton Woods area in Cape Hatteras National Seashore near the Lighthouse so that’s where we headed. Finding the owl would be a bit like finding a needle in a haystack. A single bird among ...
... of hours ( me petrified of the waves, David in his glory) so I held on tight to him.....we had a lot of fun. Laid on the beach watching little Soldier crabs come and go, before heading to the Buxton Lighthouse, which had a small area cordoned off for turtle nesting. Hopefully come back later at night to see if there is any activity. Back to the hotel and we walked across the road to the Diamond Shoals Seafood restaurant... very nice food ... Too much to ...
The ground here is pure sand, so it isn't a physical challenge to excavate, but is a technical nightmare. We've had some superb finds, which may well rewrite the story of the first settlers in N America. Behind the project is a 400 year old mystery - what happened to The Lost Colony of 1585? Many people with too much time on their hands have spent longer than healthy pursuing pet theories. The result of too much enthusiasm and not enough scholarship is an assortment ...