Langdon House Bed And Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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We were here once back in 2006 when we were shopping for a trawler. Happy to say the town has revived itself and the waterfront is thriving with dining and shopping.
We are staying at the Town Creek Marina. Which is a hike to town due to construction of a new bridge and road closures.
We have ...
We left South Carolina in the rain with bikers coming in for their BikeFest (hope it dries up for them). We are having to travel up US 17 since we are heading to the Outer Banks and it is slow going. Terry will get up to speed only to get to a red light, so needless to say he was pooped from driving 3 hours. I have never seen so many mini golf places they were up and down US 17, on the boardwalk and then a ...
... name on the transom, Reverie (as I recall) and call on both 13 and 16. No answer. The people aboard waved at us excitedly as we passed. Another call had the same result. Weird. They disappear in the distance and we do the same. We're getting radio traffic on both channels so the radio is fine. Maybe we're not transmitting, I think, but we used it a lot the day before with the tug/barge traffic and all was fine. Hmmm ..... The outgoing tide from Beaufort Inlet ...
... Beach nice place. We decided to walk the mike to the beach it was 4:30 a hot walk indeed, the beach was packed with families enjoying the heat the beach was really long. The downside the surf was huge, I was so looking forward to a swim but decided my body didn't need the smashing around the waves would have provided...Bryan went in and said he was smashed down a few times. We might go again in the morning if the wind is calmer the waves ...
... washes varying amounts of chemicals downstream into larger and larger river systems until they eventually empty into the ocean. Then what? Well, wetlands, if they exist, help buffer runoff by allowing the polluted water to seep into the root systems of wetland plants, where it is filtered before entering into sounds, bays, and oceans. But we have to have wetlands in order for them to do their job.