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Travel Blogs from Ocracoke
Today we woke up in Kitty Hawk and drove the full length of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore of the Outer Banks to see the light houses and beaches. We were stopped at the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge parking lot because the road was closed for the filming of a music video. We have no idea who it was but Mike seems to think it was Elvis and Michael Jackson performing a duet. We saw the Bodie Island Lighthouse, ...
... And that night, August 15th, I remember asking her to come back to Ocracoke with me someday....as my wife. She said yes. Then dinner came and we quickly forgot whatever the hell we were talking about and began wolfing down the excellent seafood entrees. I recalled later that I might have proposed but the bacon wrapped scallops were more important. She agreed. : )
Anyway every time we come back to Ocracoke we get bacon wrapped scallops.
... we go people want to tell us West Virginia jokes. It is like we used to joke about the Irish.
"What is the difference between a West Virginian and. Virginian? When the favourite football team of a Virginian wins a game they don't set fire to the couch"
I think people,here are more scared of visiting West Virginia than Mexico. (And they are really scared of Mexico)
I am genuinely finding it difficult to eat in restaurants. Some of ...
... be seen from 14 miles out to sea. The Ocracoke Island Lighthouse does not have a flash pattern; rather it illuminates a steady white light from dusk until dawn. We arrive about 6:30 pm; sunset is at 6:57. Click here to learn more about the lighthouse.
If you have nothing better to do tomorrow and want to catch the ferry to Ocracoke Island, click here. Suggest you call first to confirm the ferry is on time.
Tonight, in an unusual move, ...
... lightning extravaganza filled with long and short lightningsaking the ocean bright as daylight. We could see birds flying, the islands around us, and some of the largest lightnings I have ever seen. We were glued to the horizon, as all the passengers joint is.
No photo in the world could capture what we witnessed.
THe moment we got into our car the rain began. In the beginning it was moderate, but then in one second it turned ...