Cypress Moon Inn
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... as quick as we can,
but not without visiting the inspiring Kitty Hawk flying field, where the Wright Brothers from Ohio spent their first vacation ever, to build and test the first manned airplane, in Dec 1703.
You can still see the markers of the first 4 flights, ...
... To is surprise he was told that they did not own the parking lot so could not say one way or the other if we could stay over night but then proceeded to tell him the best place to park for the night.
We decided to chance it and stay but first wanted to eat something. It was late after the 1 1/2 delay due to the accident. The area looked like it just folded up and it was a Friday night! The pizza places, the barbecue places, ...
... to clean the connectors" was his opening line. No it's fine we left the door open last night and the battery is dead, I replied. Before i could say anything else he was disconnecting our battery and from what i could tell giving it a sanding with a long metal stick. "This happens all the time, I'll have you up and running in no time, I'm a retired mechanic". What the f#ck old man - I thought I had this under control. Now John who we said farewell to ...
... their right hand to hold on and their hip to control the steering. Luckily the plane did not go very high or very far! When it finally worked on 17 December 1903 the brothers managed 4 flights, the best one lasting 59 seconds in the air and traveling 852ft. This first plane was called the Wright Flyer and we saw the real one in the Smithsonian museum in ...
... greater black-backed gulls, an osprey and possibly a colony of laughing gulls – but hard to say as there was barely a giggle. We stopped at the visitors’ centre at tunnel 2, and, right on cue, an aircraft carrier, albeit smallish, sailed….true!
It was LHA 7, the US navy’s newest "amphibious assault ship" and perhaps not even commissioned yet seeing as this was only written a year ago: ...