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... let one of their dogs take a **** near the shoreline, then just left it there as we all sat there in disbelief. Yuck! A good Samaritan did appear out of no where with a plastic bag to scoop it up and throw it away, thank goodness!
We ended the day with a table full of steamed blue crabs and a torrential down pour that came in handy when we needed to quickly clean our hands to grab another beer. Julie was a little surprised as ...
... fresh water fish on Monday, salt water fish on Tuesday, and crabs on the weekend! They asked Kelsey and I if we would stay in their town for the evening and watch the fireworks for their towns 4th of July celebration (even giving us directions to the field they were being shot off at). We told them that we had to get moving, but that we could take a selfie and put them in our travel blog. We ended up staying in Washington, NC at a small hotel ...
... Beach nice place. We decided to walk the mike to the beach it was 4:30 a hot walk indeed, the beach was packed with families enjoying the heat the beach was really long. The downside the surf was huge, I was so looking forward to a swim but decided my body didn't need the smashing around the waves would have provided...Bryan went in and said he was smashed down a few times. We might go again in the morning if the wind is calmer the waves ...
... Don't ask me why, but I am always drawn to old cemeteries.
Our next recommendation took us to Fort Macon along the coastline. We were at Fort Pickens in Pensacola and this was similar in size. There were several strings of forts of this type set up along the coastline during the Civil War. Some have made it and some not.
It's always nice to see "history" still standing...even IF refurbished.
... warmed up for a bit in the sun. We made our way to the concession stand to get a cold drink with our lunch. By the concession stand, they had a table displaying exhibits of various wildlife found in the park. These included a dolphin skull, a loggerhead sea turtle skull, various sea shells and corals, and horseshoe crab. After lunch, Sandy and I walked down the beach towards the east end of the island to collect seashells. When ...
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