The Aerie Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... name on the transom, Reverie (as I recall) and call on both 13 and 16. No answer. The people aboard waved at us excitedly as we passed. Another call had the same result. Weird. They disappear in the distance and we do the same. We're getting radio traffic on both channels so the radio is fine. Maybe we're not transmitting, I think, but we used it a lot the day before with the tug/barge traffic and all was fine. Hmmm ..... The outgoing tide from Beaufort Inlet ...
... other went without a hitch. We have read each other our emails, blogged, and shared our inner most concerns. Not a day went by, Drew didn't ask me what I learned & truthfully, couldn't put it in words. Our politics and life dreams are on same page & much more to see and do. I appreciate all the support I got from you to 'Go for it' and as my son Adam said, "Mom, I am glad you are living life"... What a way to Go Maggie!
... It was already 2 pm when we started so we figured that when it was 330pm we would just turn around and make our way back. We have been chasing the falling colored leaves since the start of our trip. They had pretty much all fallen in Canada about a month ago and it seems like we were a week behind everywhere we went but we finally caught up. The leaves were beautiful and bright. They had started falling but the trees were still full and there was a nice ...
... 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 ...
... side of the Neuse River. To get here I had to cross a network of bridges. I suspect this whole Coastal area is connected by any number of bridges as well as ferries. I'll find out tomorrow. Still 75 degrees here at 11:00. I'm not complaining as the area I drove through this morning was hit with heavy thunderstorms, flooding, straight line winds this evening. Looks like we escaped it for ...