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... Martin for the winter.
It was a fun evening and Les and Suzanne were great hosts. They are passionate about sailing and have been able to make some money doing what they love to do. How good is that?
Well, we are about through here in New Bern. We will pack up and head further north tomorrow, to the Outer Banks. We would definitely put this area on the list of places we will return to. A small but quaint town.
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... process to turn their lights on and off.
Firefly light may also serve as a defense mechanism that flashes a clear warning of the insect's unappetizing taste. The fact that even larvae are luminescent lends support to this theory. So there is your science fact of the day.
So, that brings an end to the day for us. We have a beautiful, nearly full moon outside and a cool breeze blowing. It should be a good sleeping night.
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... DAY - Today is a lazy day since it has and will be raining most of the day. We got up at 1am to put the awning up in between rain storms since we weren't sure if the wind would pick up.
We had about a few hours of no rain that we were right in the middle of bands. So I am catching up on the cleaning (work is never done), reading, writing the blog and working on the ancestry website. ...
... a long day, almost without rain (as predicted) except at the very first of the trip. We hastily secured Rhiannon. Maggie put together some delicious tuna melt, and we relaxed with a feeling of accomplishment for completing a long trek with a little navigational challenge at the end. The last of the (good) box wine topped off the meal. Tonight we'd sleep in real beds, enjoy leisurely hot water showers, another glass of wine, and the chance to catch up on the ...
... bridges we played follow the leader thru the Surf City Bridge, 45 minutes earlier than our projected time. This padding in the schedule paid off at the end of the day.
This was an interesting exercise because I got to observe how difficult towing a large, heavy barge can be and the way the tug captain directed the 2 "helper" tugs to maneuver this heavy load. Like everything else, they have a language specific to their task but ...