The Villas of Hatteras Landing
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... plus a cooler & sometimes buckets all on their front bumper!
We found one of the beaches they were headed for & went for a chat! They have to pay $50 a month or $120 a year for a beach access permit to drive their trucks right on the beach plus the fishing license fee of $30. They catch a large variety of fish but not ones were familiar with so I can't remember the ...
... she was very very smart (already learning to use a computor) and really funny, so we had a great time with her. i don't think there was a traffic light on the island, most people rode bikes and used golf carts to get around, however, the village was 13 miles to where you got off on the ferry. we took our car. both of us would love to come back to oracroke and stay there.
just a little north of hatteras is an area on ...
... way in the visitor guide won our business and it was actually pretty delicious.
We had planned to stay around the middle part of the island but after having such a nice little village feel in Ocracoke the night before this part seemed a little depressing so we decided to carry on and get ourselves further north so we could launch to Kill Devil Hills early in the a.m. the next day.
Oregon Inlet state park was decided on. ...
... breezy enough not to be hot and there weren't too many people there. I don't think I would like to climb it in the summer at all.
At the top, the view was great. I could see all the way to the very tip of the island and also to Hatteras Village but not quite to Oracoke, the next door island. I looked for my hubby on the ground and he was a long way down, the equivalent of a 12 story building. It took me three ...
... don't think anyone has come through it today.” We decided to approach the inlet for a closer look with the ability to change our decision before committing ourselves to it.
We located the outermost permanent “sea buoy” and from there scanned the wind-churned water carefully to spot the next several temporary markers leading in. We dropped the mainsail near the outer buoy and proceeded in to what soon became a ...