Barrier Island Station At Kitty Hawk
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... is where eastern Americans would go for family vacation. Every building was a seafood shack, beach toy store, hotel or vacation rental. I'm still not convinced anyone actually lived on the Outer Banks. Katy requested a stop at Jockeys Ridge, a large patch of rather big sand dunes. The Wright brothers learned to fly on these dunes. It had a neat-o desert feel. I spotted the shape of a man kneeling on one knee to another shape. Had I ...
... site available. Then we went looking for groceries and stumbled upon a very nice seafood/steak market. An enthusiastic lady greeted us. She was handing out samples of the various products being sold. She insisted that we try the freshly made clam chowder. It was indeed delicious, and we purchased a container to have for dinner. They also sold key lime pie by the slice, so of course we had to have a slice ...
... 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 ...
... it was sobering. She suggested a campground at Kitty Hawk 5 miles back from where we’d come.
Back? Hell no, lets try the dry camp, it’s on the Outer Banks road proper. Eventually we reach the road junction to find .. “road closed ahead”. Ok, back up the road to try Kitty Hawk – 7 miles away. Find office closed but a wonderfully helpful resident calls the owner for us. Full and not a hope, oooh heck. Same ...