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Washed the boat, ate prime rib and visited with other cruisers headed south. Tomoorrow is a long day. We are going to try to make an 85 mile run. No viable place to stop in the Alligator River. Sole marina doesn't have enough depth for us to use it. No other options other than anchoring out and we don't want to have to do that. We'll see how that works out.
... The lifeguards came to pull down the viewing chairs so that they didn't get blown over or do any damage to buildings or people.
We decided to go for an early dinner coz of the weather, and these are some of the holiday shacks. A lot of them are enormous and they have remodelled the interiors so that each floor is a full apartment.
I saw these hose holders ...
... an important preface to establish especially for the ultimate purpose of this blog which I'll get to in a bit. It's really frustrating when people tell me that I'm "lucky" to be able to do it so much. Luck had no part in this and I'd even go so far as to say that's an insult. I do not come from wealth (in fact I owe a ridiculous amount of money to college loan debt), I have a home (rental), and run a small business (production company). It's ...
... am drained physically and emotionally. I head over to Roanoke Island, to see Fort Raleigh, location of the Lost Colony. There is also a garden, the Elizabethan Gardens, that I want to see. Well, the fort is just earthen works and the gardens have an admission fee. So I hit the road and finally get back to Blacksburg as the last vintages of daylight cease. I shower, take some stuff from the car, and ...
... brothers. When he eventually tired of his own voice, we were allowed out to see the site where the brothers worked. The simplicity of the field and its stone markers did allow some sense of history to ooze from the ground, which was a relief. By not spending too much money here, the Parks' Service have managed not to ruin it. A muzzle for one particular guide would be a sound ...