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... a proposal? The female shape put a hand to its mouth and bounced around. She must have said yes. This is when we noticed a third shape approaching. Shape 3 had filmed the engagement on his iPhone. Ohhh, how romantic. He had his proposal filmed... And then...after some kissing and selfies, shape 3 started filming again. The newly-engaged began re-acting the proposal, this time with new camera angles. The magic was once again gone. I turned ...
... lovely :-)
So a nice early start, I made us a nice egg breakfast and we pulled up anchor around 7 am. When we opened up the bridge we were welcomed by many lovely green flys huge buggers and horse flys so it took some time to get them out and happily we did not get bitten they hurt!
I looked for a long time for gators as we traveled up this very narrow canal but no luck. Bryan and I both agree this reminds us of a African ...
... noon tomorrow, but at this point, like a college student who has burned herself out with cramming for a test 13 hours before it starts, all the big stuff that could be done is done. We are going to have SUCH an amazing time meeting everyone, watching them meet each other, helping each other make this an experience they will never, ever forget.
I also uploaded a video I edited to show ...
Dinner Time! We had dinner at a pizza place called PIZZAZ... not so good! We are spoiled with our greek pizza back home. We truly appreciate the kind of pizza we have at home. Our plan for the next day was go spend the day at the beach and relax.
Oh, and when arrived in Nags Head we found out a hurricane was coming... uh oh!
Good night! Love, Katie and Kevin
LOVE to always---Sheeva and Lucy and Leelo (my brother's cat we are taking care ...
... near Carolla, NC. We headed out on this trip. It's about thirty miles from the Monument. The road is curvy and lined with thick foliage and houses. It's an area where the rich have summer homes. Most of them lay empty, since it's early in the season. We saw one lot for sale for $299,000. Ten years salary for many and yet with no building on it. There were many workers in the area preparing dwellings and doing construction.