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His take on the day:
First a visit to the site of the first flight, then off to the next point North. I did not expect to be so moved by standing on Big Kill Devil Hill and imagining the feat of the Wright Bothers. I learnt to fly and understand the challenge and the feeling of achievement, but they had to actually prove that man could fly and then invent all the necessary controls. They were bicycle makers from Dayton, Ohio and could not get an ...
... which the first shots of the Civil War were fired on April 12, 1861. 6 days after South Carolina declared its secession, U.S. army major Robert Anderson abandoned the indefensible Fort Moultrie and secretly relocated 127 men to Fort Sumter. The fort came under siege by confederate forces, who demanded that Anderson surrender. When he refused, the firing began. After 34 hours of constant bombardment Anderson realized that the ...
... 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 ...
... and potatoes too.
We saw one way in which the roads are maintained - by prisoners. In a scene right out of a Hollywood film we passed a 'gang' of prisoners repairing the road watched over by a guard with a gun. Their bus with barred windows nearby.
We continue to try local food and drink - grouper and lobster stir fry for me; grilled swordfish for Mum. Both washed down with Pelican Nut Beer only brewed for the Black Pelican restaurant where we were dining.