Barrier Island Station At Kitty Hawk
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Up at 5:30 to catch the 6 AM opening of Steel Bridge. Then waited around for the 8:30 opening at the Centerville Br.Made 50 mile run to Coinjock. Ran aground in shallows just north of the marina but we were able to work our way off.
Surprising number of boats at the marina- mostly big motoryachts. A few sailboats. We were one of the few with full enclosures. Lots of very ...
... in the airport. (very end of the building) Finally, we were on the plane to San Francisco! Once we got to San Fran we went got on a Taxi. It was the craziest ride ever! The driver was speeding going around 75 MPH which was WAY past the speed limit. He was zig zagging all the streets and roads it was crazy. Finally (which felt like ...
... is able to capture all but 17% of it's light. Seven types, or "orders", of lens were developed. The first 3 orders, the largest, were for seacoast lights. The other 4 orders were smaller, for bay or harbor lights.
Bodie Island Light (pronounced body) was first built in 1847 but do to a poor foundation was abandoned after 12 years. Rebuilt in 1859 and blown up by retreating Confederate soldiers in 1861. Today's Bodie Light was built ...
... to clean the connectors" was his opening line. No it's fine we left the door open last night and the battery is dead, I replied. Before i could say anything else he was disconnecting our battery and from what i could tell giving it a sanding with a long metal stick. "This happens all the time, I'll have you up and running in no time, I'm a retired mechanic". What the f#ck old man - I thought I had this under control. Now John who we said farewell to ...
... their right hand to hold on and their hip to control the steering. Luckily the plane did not go very high or very far! When it finally worked on 17 December 1903 the brothers managed 4 flights, the best one lasting 59 seconds in the air and traveling 852ft. This first plane was called the Wright Flyer and we saw the real one in the Smithsonian museum in ...