Front Street Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
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... up at a free dock at Fishy Fishy Seafood and had lunch. Finished eating and sat in the boat, still socked in. A patch of blue showed up and I thought the fog was finally clearing. Wrong! We crept out of Southport with maybe 50 ft viz at dead low tide that was just starting to reverse. We were using DR, GPS, VHF tuned to 13/16 with foghorn in hand and literally went mark-to-mark the entire way up the river. Radio protocol ...
With the tide status of the Cape FEAR river, dictating our schedules, for both today and tomorrow. We have no intention or desire to go out in anything but favorable conditions. This is a luxury only those without schedules can live with. Passed over the South Carolina marker(an Osprey nest)and back to NC. We are at the is ...
... sold on tap at that pub. We got to try 3 different options and they were all pretty darn tasty. I even didn’t mind the IPA which is my least favorite beer. We asked him about places to go in town and he suggested Bon Appetit, a brunch place known for southern food. We put that fact in our pocket and walked around a bit more. After stopping at a cute little coffee shop to warm up our bodies we made our way back to the van and found ourselves a campsite. So as I said before, NC ...
... two hour trip down the Cape Fear River, with wind opposing tide, was lumpy but manageable and making the turn into Southport was a welcome difference from the rough ride down the River.
Per our plan, we arrived at Saint James Marina about 1600 followed by John and Tony aboard
Obscurity, who berthed next to us. We all retired to the Grille and Pub to get warm up and eventually stayed ...
... temps went down to the 30s. Around 2am I was roused by a bright light and thunderous crash right over head, this startled me and I immediately sat up to track the storm that was now tinkling teaspoons of rain droplets over my tent. I did the, 'watch for lightning count seconds between the thunder crashing'...there were no seconds between the two... sure enough the storm was directly over head, directly above the towering pines surrounding me. The rain didn't grow much ...