Thurston House Inn Bed & Breakfast
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... if we had been travelling that far south in North Carolina. We have loved visiting the various lighthouses during our travels. We visited two of the four lighthouses on the Outer Banks. The Ocracoke one is not open to the public to climb but the Bodie Island one was but there was a two hour wait for vacancies in the time slotted climbs so we gave that a miss. As we drove back towards Durham we saw a smaller lighthouse and on enquiring whether it was still in use ...
We decided to go back to Nags Head today and visit where Pat used to live. There really isn't anything there to speak of, and then we noticed the sign...Kitty Hawk is only 5 minutes down the road! Pat never mentioned that he lived by Kitty Hawk! This was pretty cool for us since we had just seen the actual plane in the Smithsonian's Air and ...
Well the morning began with a trip to the beach! And Ocracoke has some fabulous beaches because no matter how crowded the island gets there are parts of the beach where you'll never encounter another soul. The whole island is about 13 miles long and the beach front is accessible for nearly the entire distance, though many people choose to take 4 wheel drive vehicles out there since the walk could be painfully long. We decided instead on the one area ...
... the motel with ear plugs in by 7:30!
The route we are on is here
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this is why we are stuck. It's all Andrea's fault
... we made a side trip to the Bodie Island Lighthouse. While there, we met a wonderful young lady, Heather, who also cycles and is working to compete in triathlons. She offered, and I quickly accepted, to "ferry" me to the other side of the dreaded bridge. I dubbed her an Angel from that moment on. Early the next morning, Heather and her trusty SUV arrived with yummy breakfast sandwiches and Gatorade. After Jim completed his ride across the bridge, we had a ...