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... almost no traffic either way. With the current astern and not a breath of wind, we finally made the turn-out at G 177. There wasn't enough daylight left to get to Wrightsville Beach (read marinas) so we opted for overnighting at the Carolina Beach State Park Marina. After a really tasty meal of leftovers we played backgammon until time to crash. As Bugs Bunny used to say, "That's all folks," and to mimic Johnny Carson , A
... many gracious people on this trip & got to know them personally.
We will have a nice breakfast out and take advantage of this classy place tomorrow Am. Drew is holding up but hope to have Dr. apt. in line tomorrow am.
Had planned Backgammon tonight but ol' Eagle eyes' is asleep, so will get my book out.
The next morning we drove into Wilmington. I had read that downtown Wilmington had a pretty nice atmosphere and we were not disappointed. We walked around Front Street and the Pier and enjoyed North Carolina for the first time since we had entered it. I don't want to completely knock down NC and I think we just missed some of the really good stuff. Asheville and the Appalachian part of NC is supposed to be beautiful and worth a stop. We just happened to drive through there really ...
... br> While today's trip, in less-than-optimal conditions, got us past the Cape Fear and into a safe harbor --- well protected, good amenities, good friends to hang with --- it is infinitely easier than having to do it in sub-freezing temperatures and deadly chill factors that the next few days will certainly bring. This way we can continue to travel in relatively protected water to Myrtle ...
... because you can literally point to the place pollution originated. Non-point sources, such as agricultural operations that spray billions of tons of chemical fertilizers and pesticides onto fields, are not regulated under NPDES. Thus, they can spray whatever and how much ever they want without so much as a slap on the hand. Sure, we can assume toxic algal blooms come from a farm field nearby, but really there is no way to "prove" this. All ...