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... was never seen or heard from again and were called 'The lost colony of Roanoke'. Archeologists have discovered many artifacts from that period, which are on display. The National Park Service maintains the historic site. Only in 1607 did the British manage to set up a permanent colony in Jamestown. The Spanish had had a permanent presence further south for decades.
Next stop Virginia Beach, Virginia. ...
... hopeless and surrendered the fort, which was then evacuated.
Next on the tour was a narrated tour by bus of the historic neighborhoods that ended with a visit to the Joseph Ma****ult house built in 1803 in the federalist style. Afterwards we walked down Meeting Street to the Old City Market, where shops are set up in old cotton warehouses, much like in Savannah.
Now we were hungry again and chose Henry's because of its ...
... and Mike's first time to the North Carolina beaches. I love walking on the beach and the piers. We arrived early enough today to walk around and eat dinner at the Black Pelican restaurant. It was very good food and coincidentally historic since it was the building that the Wright Brothers sent their telegraph from detailing their first ...
... balls. It had a kitchen, living room, King and Queen bedroom. We would play the Sachs one last time at crazy golf to decide who got the King room. We lost that game of course (4-1 is the current Sach vs Marshmeier mini golf score).
Spent the evening cooking up some delicious meals and enjoying the ocean view. Man it is so good to have a full kitchen after two months on the road (Garlic bread anyone?).
The night ended on a low note as ...
The drive to the Outer Banks was about as long as the drive to Key West! While driving, we could actually see that we were finally leaving the smoke behind, from the wildfires. We arrived in Manteo at night so we didn't see much the first day. We woke up the next morning and walked around the cute town before driving to Fort Raleigh.
We had much more fun at the sand dunes over at Jockey's Ridge State Park. Steve and I wanted to take the ...