Camp Hatteras RV Resort And Campground
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... of Charleston against attacks from foreign powers, especially England, and pirates. Construction had not been completed, when it was first attacked in 1776 by 9 British warships. The ships were turned back, and Charleston was saved from British occupation. The fort was later named in honor of its commander, Colonel William Moultrie. It falls under the National Park Service, so Jayne was pleased to use her bargain lifetime senior ...
I only seemed to doze overnight as I could hear the wind howling and rattling windows and doors and even though we are on the 2nd floor, I could hear the rain hitting the ground it was that hard.
I contacted Nereo as soon as I could get reception to let him know everything was ok. He sounded a bit relieved.
I rang the Ocracoke hotel we are booked into ...
Gail took me down to see the sand dunes where they do the hang gliding. It's not happening today coz the alert is still in place. We have been told Arthur is gonna hit around 2 am and it's gonna be a direct hit.
We went to the Wright Bros memorial but they have closed it due to conditions - bugga.
So we went to an oyster bar called Awful Arthur's and yes it's just ...
... a fun experience but. Bryan is the best Skipper and we did just fine. Honestly I was feeling rather frazzled and I don't scare easy but I have so much faith in El Nido and Bryan and I will go into the next one if there is one feeling much calmer :-)
Beaufort looks quant it is the 3rd oldest city in North Carolina approximately 5000 population, we have noticed as we move South the accents are getting much thicker.
... a rich neighborhood and plopped it on a beach. There are few houses I have seen that exude an inviting, relaxing atmosphere. The place reminds me of a toned down Virginia Beach, for the commercialism. Mashed with John's Island, by Charleston, for the residential. People seem to rush everywhere. They don't seem to enjoy it here. Why are you here? I'm here to slow down, take my time, enjoy myself. There's so many ...