Nags Head Beach Inn
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... too. After dinner we were sitting enjoying our campfire, when we heard our neighbors chatting in a language we didn't recognize. Jayne decided to walk over and ask where they were from. The group was made up of 3 couples and their 7 children from the Netherlands travelling in 3 large motor homes that they had rented in Philadelphia. They were travelling the Civil War trail to acquaint themselves and ...
... in your clan. It was pretty hilarious trying to make out the "Baaaaa"s of us sheep from the "Bagalk"s from the chickens near us. After all the ice breakers, we had dinner, talked about a typical day in the life, and plans for the next day. We concluded the night with a beer at the restaurant across the street and even made it back in time for curfew at 11 ;) Tomorrow we get on out ...
Back to the first camp, under pine trees by the water with exceptionally large piles of Irene detritus outside. The lady owner explained they were still shut, she had men felling many of the pine trees as their root balls had shifted and they were unstable; there had been 4’ of water through the site and it was the sad contents of the many trailer holiday homes that now lay outside. The water would have swamped ...
... daily jobs, people are walking to and from the beach, and cars driving around. We got in the car and went shopping. Kevin needed sunglasses (and we needed the cheapest ones we could find). He found a pair at a grocery store. We bought cold cuts for our lunch tomorrow, and dinner for the night.
Our phones still weren't working, but we watched the news-we learned about Libya and the rebels and how the Earthquake was felt by everyone who lives in ...
... are hoping for the best and for something we want also. But until he knows, I kind of don’t know which way to jump. If he stays where he is, then I get to continue meandering and might actually have time to get to some of the places I originally wanted to visit, rather than the East Coast.
Back to the hotel dilemma though, as always we must find a place that takes cats. AND anywhere within ...