Cypress House Inn
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... we got to the hotel. Our room was AWESOME! There was a giant bed, a really comfy couch, a small but nice bathroom, a big closet, and a big TV. It was really cool. Then we went to Ghirardelli the chocolate shop where we got a hot fudge sundae and we saw the chocolate machine which was pretty cool. We walked back to the hotel and went to ...
... 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 ...
For most of the last hour of the drive, there are billboards and advertisements. It really started grating on me after awhile. When I pictured the Outer Banks it was similar to Fire Island. Mostly beaches and residential, very little commercials. Mostly walking with minimal, essential driving. Man oh man was i wrong. The main through way I had seen via Google maps I had imagined to be a large two lane road - not two ...
... 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 ...