Captains' Quarters Bed And Breakfast
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... let one of their dogs take a **** near the shoreline, then just left it there as we all sat there in disbelief. Yuck! A good Samaritan did appear out of no where with a plastic bag to scoop it up and throw it away, thank goodness!
We ended the day with a table full of steamed blue crabs and a torrential down pour that came in handy when we needed to quickly clean our hands to grab another beer. Julie was a little surprised as ...
... bought some firewood and a piece of remarkable drift wood for my dad who carves old man faces in them. That night Kelsey cooked camp tacos. We had pinto bean, tomato, onion, mushroom, green pepper and kale tacos…yah we eat good! The next stop is a laundromat and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We can’t wait to see what the next piece of our adventure brings. Thanks for keeping up with us. We will see you at the beach. Wishing YA’LL the best. Blake and ...
... not a hardship when it's sunny. The closer we got to Wrightsville the more boat traffic we encountered it was like a lake in the summer, we had tubers go right I front of us do they not see we are big! I loved this narrow passage way but for navigating you had to really watch the depth there were sand bars all over. The locals would drive their boats right up onto the sand bar and play in the water or fish.
We stayed at the Seapath Marina ...
... Don't ask me why, but I am always drawn to old cemeteries.
Our next recommendation took us to Fort Macon along the coastline. We were at Fort Pickens in Pensacola and this was similar in size. There were several strings of forts of this type set up along the coastline during the Civil War. Some have made it and some not.
It's always nice to see "history" still standing...even IF refurbished.
... instead of paying someone a bunch of money to sail his boat up to Urbanna, he's going to let Beau & me use it for our trip & eventually make our way back to Urbanna.
It's a 36 foot Cape Dory & I can even do jumping jacks inside of the cabin! I never thought 5 extra feet would have so much more space!
The reason our trip has been pushed back is that the 36ft Cape Dory needed some extra love before ...