Lasseters Landing Bed and Breakfast
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Washed the boat, ate prime rib and visited with other cruisers headed south. Tomoorrow is a long day. We are going to try to make an 85 mile run. No viable place to stop in the Alligator River. Sole marina doesn't have enough depth for us to use it. No other options other than anchoring out and we don't want to have to do that. We'll see how that works out.
... buildings. Ugh! Is this what all the fuss is all about? We could see people further down the road and Sheree sent Ted on ahead to scout it out. We didn't need to shop for souvenirs. Well the answer was a resounding yes, and once passed all the shopping nonsense, there was a town that was filled with re-enactors in period clothing, horses, carriages and colonial homes and buildings. This would be a great place for kids to learn ...
... both in North Carolina) we found ourselves on a narrow road in a long line of cars and trucks. We had intended to spend some time in Ocracoke, but immediately fled north seeking less traffic and less congestion. This required another ferry ride lasting 1 hour, which brought us to Hatteras Island. We camped at the north end of the island in Rodanthe. It was large and crowded, and we were lucky to get ...
... day, and tomorrow is free since it's MLK Day. Okay then, next stop Jockey's Ridge! It's a state park of sand dunes. They are huge, about 100 feet tall. I passed them earlier and gapped. I walk along the nature trail, get tones of sand in my shoes, see some hang gliders closed up for the season. It was so beautiful. Surprisingly beautiful for a bunch of sand. Turns out there's another side to the park, but I get there after 5, when it closes. ...
... cut the engine and set the jib for a leisurely sunset sail downwind to a thoroughly scoped anchorage. In the newfound stillness, swamplands that were held off all day at our periphery flooded in around us, teeming with life. Sailing is what it’s about.
At anchor there were snacks, a red moonrise and a moonlight rainbow while we ...