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- Free parking
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Home again This morning we awakened to the sound of rain beating on the cabin. A look outside shows bleak surroundings. We are the only transient boat at Casper's Marina. The weather threatens to keep us here unless the front passes over us and we can get ahead of the rain. Maggie goes to shower and I focus on what the weather is doing. If today is looking bad, tomorrow is even worse, with gusty 20 kt northerly winds, cold temperatures and choppy seas. Ugh! I ...
... south to Florida after all. This boat and I did well...& the captain admitted Maggie adapted well. Rhiannon, draws a lot of attention as she is a classic. For 2 passengers, very comfortable. I hope to do our Bahama cruise someday, but fulfilled on this journey with Drew. I can't believe I had the good fortune to travel with this brilliant guy. Our boat maneuvers, planning, meals, conversations, new friends, & common courtesy's ...
... Oak Trail, passing an old cemetery dating to the late 19th century. Not much is known about the cemetery or those who are buried there, but it's believed that there was a disease outbreak across the Pamlico River and people buried there loved ones across the river to prevent the spread of disease. Past the cemetery, the Live Oak Trail runs along the shore of Pamlico River and there were some beautiful ...
We found a nice little library in New Bern and did some work in the morning before deciding it was time to get off our butts and start moving. The Croatan National Forest was right nearby and it was a good day to do a little hiking. The hiking is definitely not as challenging as it was in the Appalachians but anything to get moving again is worth it. We found an awesome trail that was actually about 20miles long, so we picked a spot to start and ...
... both way too tired from driving to pay much attention. Because it gets dark at 5pm now, night driving means being very careful and vigilant for both animals that cross the road unexpectedly and stupid drivers that think they own the road. It makes for tired eyes and hungry bellies. We made a quick hot supper, watched a Star Trek and hit the ...