Cypress Moon Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... ambulance finally came passed us heading off the island to the mainland. We finally reached the bridge. It looked like it was actually two side by side bridges, one going in either direction but they were repairing one and so traffic now passed on one bridge, one lane in either direction. Just a few miles over the bridge was the Walmart. We needed to get milk eggs and bread anyway so we stopped for provisions. Ted thought he would ask ...
... 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 ...
... Dec. 17, 1903. No. 1 lasted 12 seconds and went 120 fee. No. 2 lasted 12 seconds also and went 175 feet. No. 3 lasted 15 seconds and went 200 feet, and No. 4 lasted 59 seconds and went 852 feet. The brothers had accomplished what they came here for--to prove that a propeller driven craft heavier than air could fly.
We then went to Fort Raleigh National Historic Site in Manteo, on Roanoke Island. This is an interesting story. Sir ...
... 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 ...
... or what happened to them. Roanoke Island is also where the first person of English descent was born.
Anyway, it's been a nice day, and we are all very tired, but ready to see some lighthouses, the Wright Brothers Memorial, sand dunes and possibly a part of the island where wild horses have been for a very long time.