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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.
... t worried about it and were just going about their day to day stuff.
Now the radio is telling us that the ferry to Ocracoke Island is not going to be working on Friday so we may have to cut our trip short as that is the only way to get there. They are also saying that the storm should be all over by lunchtime Friday, so they may start it again in the afternoon. We will play it by ear.
Our hotel is ...
... d love even more if it would help even just one person to step out of their comfort zone and enter this spectacular realm of living. Over the next few days I'll write a post about saving up, my very basic "planning " stages, packing, and the like. The good stuff will start shortly after February 3rd when I land in Bali.
Oh, and please spread this around! It will be way easier for me to keep up with this if I know people are actually reading it!
... similar to. My instructor said that the foot I would kick a soccer ball with should be in back. That's either foot, maybe my left. I was usually at lift mid-field. Then he says his stance is the same as he snowboards, but different from his skateboard. Great. I haven't skated enough to know. I tend to switch. I started in the same stance I snowboard in, right leg in back. I try to get up that way, yet as soon as I bring my back foot into place I struggle ...
... that. But the drive was good and I made it into the Outer Banks town of Nags Head by about 1.30pm.
The Outer Banks connects to the rest of North Carolina by a bridgeway. The Outer Banks if you look on a map is a strip of land that is surrounded by water, so once you are on that you are in the Outer Banks. You should be able to see it on my map on here.
I was going to check in to my hotel, but since it gets dark at about 5.30pm I didn’t want to waste the time when ...