Captain's Quarters Inn
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Busy morning for us today. We were up at 6am and have the sunrise photos to prove it! cooked some breakfast and even grilled a pork loin that had been defrosting. Had the time and I know the next few days would be busy. We entered the lock with a sailboat. Bob the Lock attendant was taking our lines and giving direction on how the process would go. After the basin filled and the lock was ...
... on the eastern side of the US. When we got there it was a little underwhelming - the other aquariums must be as big as our fish pond! We did get to see some river Otters, which made Damien happy!After a late lunch we headed to our accommodation for the night, which was back on the mainland in a very small town called Columbia. We stayed at a BnB which was very sweet. Once we were settled in, we drove back ...
... Brilliant .
Stopped for lunch at a small cafe in Plymouth before the last few miles to Columbia , NC .Too early to check in so we went for a wee walk in the deserted streets before stumbling upon a wine shop offering free tastings .... "thats for me" said Gunn so I followed on obediently. Fabby wines from grapes we have never heard of so we bought a couple of bottles and headed back to check into the Brick house inn , not a brick in sight by ...
... John White was asked by the other colonists to return to England for assistance and more supplies. He reluctantly agreed, and returned three years later. When he did return, the settlement was empty, including the earthen fort that was constructed for protection. No trace of the colonists has ever been found and their disappearance remains a mystery to this day. One item of note, according to records, we know that ...
... We got some pictures from here and then drove to down South Lake Road to the trailhead for Duck Pen Wildlife Trail. This half-mile trail follows a gravel road out to Pungo Lake Observation Point, a photo blind on the lake. We were a little closer to the birds from here and got some pictures hidden from view. Although there were a lot of birds here, I don’t think it had quite peaked yet. I did manage to get some nice ...