The Cove Bed and Breakfast
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It's hot and muggy here on the east coast. I'm heading to the pool.
I floated for 6 hours today! It was like heaven!!!
Mike got to go play in his salt water and I got chlorinated. Win, win.
Mike brought a new pet home today too. We shall call it Sandy! (cause it is)
Pretty sunset even with the flares.
That is all for ...
... showers and two slightly more civilized ones, but what can you expect for $18 x 2. Once again I am faced with trying to sleep in a place where the flies bite you.What the F is that all about, they seem to have a particular preference for English blood.
Tents erected we set out on foot to explore the small island. The preferred method of transport here are golf carts, but at $15 an hour and with all our cash already invested in ...
Could not get off the island due to massive winds today. Not the tornado they promised though but some pretty impressive winds. Apparently the storm is down in Florida and we are seeing the edges of it. It must be huge down there.
Just bumming around today with washing and walking.
Weather has been horizontal rain storms to bright ...
... in the SUV, made sure to get a picture of our Angel and started the next day of our adventure. As we rode through the windswept sand dunes, I continued to look for the Outer Banks Wild Ponies, but failed to catch even a glimpse of them. Instead, I saw pretty orange wild flowers known as Indian Baskets, sea oats, majestic brown pelicans, sea gulls and more of those red-wing blackbirds. We passed through the sleepy towns of Rodanthe (Row-dan-the), ...
... large facility. Now we're beginning to sweat our arrival for the 4 pm ferry. Thanks s lot, Marine Corps.
The 246-square-mile base has 14 miles of beaches, making it a major area for amphibious assault training. Military forces from around the world come to Camp Lejeune on a regular basis for bilateral and NATO-sponsored exercises. Click here to learn more about Camp Lejeune, which is home to more than 43,000 Marines.
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