Cypress Moon Inn
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... head north to the Wright Brothers Memorial in Kitty Hawk. Harley was racked out after his morning walk so we figured he was pretty tired from all the action lately.
We loaded up and headed north. I know I mentioned all the nothingness and sand dunes along the route north but we have since learned that part of the reason for that is because we are on the Cape Hatteras National Seashore. It is also a wildlife sanctuary and therefore much of ...
... 160; Tension with the Indians increased due to the colonists spreading illnesses to the Indians and the colonist’s dependence on the Indians for food. The third expedition was in 1587 and when they arrived none of the prior residents were still there and although they were really headed further north the pilot of the boat would not take them due to the pending winter. They fixed up the fort and dwellings from the prior occupants and in fact the ...
... got the hang of it. Bella was fascinated by the waves. She waved to them like they were her personal friends and wanted to step on every one of them. Were not sure why so likes to go out of her way to step on things while she is walking? We then moved to the much warmer pool for the afternoon. Brian and Mike went pier fishing for the first time and Brian caught ...
... live to regret those thoughts!
The Wright Museum was fun and they took our National parks pass. Massive score. Me and Les had been here a couple of years ago while attending a wedding, but it was great to be back, and sharing the experience with the Sachs.
Lunch was had at the OBBS (Outer Banks Brewing Station), which we realized on entering we had been to before at said wedding. During Lunch we booked our hotel for the night, and ...
... flight. The ‘flight’ was 12 seconds and occurred on Dec 17th, 1903. A memorial to them and their history is all there to be seen and we promised ourselves that we’d visit the actual Aircraft in the Smithsonian Museum in Washington in the coming weeks.
We enjoyed the Outer Banks - sunshine, beaches, stilt houses, azaleas, wisteria, Osprey and Egrets and so much of it to ourselves. We were sure we’d chosen a great time of ...