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... in Australia. First, they’re too shingly. Second, the water in a goldfish bowl is more agitated than the surf along the Outer Banks, allowing houses to be built on the sand dunes. And what houses! They range from weatherboard cottages on stilts to apartment buidlings on stilts styled after weatherboard cottages on stilts, which doesn’t really work esthetically. Development becomes less frantic on Ocracoke Island (reached by a half hour car ferry ride) and Cedar Island ...
... waves to form. Stopped off at the visitors centre and got some maps of North Carolina... As there are lots of little islands and beaches along the Crystal Coast. We drove along the Historical Waterfront District and went for a walk around, this was once a bustling port. now a quaint area with character homes that date back to the 1700's, beautiful mansions refurbished and now in ...
... make such an endeavor. All summer my dad has been going down to Oriental, NC to work on it. Since I've finished up my summer job, I've been joining him. It should be in the water this coming Monday, 9/9. Hopefully we'll set our sails by that coming weekend!
Another change to our original plan is the direction we're sailing. Before it was a "sailing" trip, because going South you end up motoring most of the way due to ...
... flooded, but I did see a couple of egrets hunting fish in the shallow water. Then I headed back and Sandy and I took down the sunshade and headed back to our site. I went for one more swim in the ocean. It was yellow-flag conditions today and the waves were a bit stronger. I enjoy getting knocked around by the waves some so I swam for a bit and then got out. Sandy and I finished taking breaking down our campsite and met ...
... clean water, see beautiful coasts, and maintain a healthy Earth for the future.
And with that lecture, I will leave you with the rest of the pictures from oyster sill building on Jones Island this past Wednesday and our weekly Thursday sailing adventure! It was rainy and dreary Wednesday, but it was our first time out in the field for quite some time so lugging around bags of oysters was a welcome break from the ...
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