Best Western Ocean Reef Suites
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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- Microwave in room
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... the next week. The locals are concerned about yet more flooding and erosion - not here in the Northern Beaches area but where we have come from in the South. The bad weather is heading north with us - not a very pleasant thought.
We spent the day driving up The Outer Banks - leaving Hatteras, crossing the makeshift bridge to Pea Island and the ecologically important wildlife refuge, over a long causeway and bridge to a long narrow string of beaches. The seas are ...
... to the visitor center. A large hill on the south end has a large structure on its top. Before we ventured around the grounds we decided to get the lay of the land first.
The rangers in the visitor center gave us a map of the property and told us what was where. They suggested we listen to the program that was going to begin at noon in the center. We looked around at the timeline exhibit while we waited for the program to start. It went ...
... 8221; OK, fine, I thought it was kind of funny.
As we got closer to the coast we began crossing bridges. First was a long span that crosses the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway. After that, we crossed at least four or five more before we saw the sign that said Welcome to Outer Banks North Carolina. We made it.
There were many houses built high on stilts along the western coastline. The first city we entered was called Nag’s Head. ...
Day 46 - Today we too the 130 mile one way trip to the Outer Banks. We visited the Wright Bros. monument and the Bodie Island Lighthouse Unfortunately it was so hot that we didn't explore more of the Banks. It was over 90 degrees since the wind was coming tom on shore. Thank goodness for Fat Boyz Ice Cream Shop.
Four other men preceded Wilbur and Orville in flight:
... the day. Sun going down, beautiful bridge and gazebo. Curiosity leads me into a tent - it's for the wedding planning event. Make up lies and take pictures. Keep going north.Turn around wear the road ends, at least the paved on. Road on the sand begins, yawning between dunes, waves bursting towards it, 4-wheel drive vehicles - Jeeps and trucks - coming and going. I turn around, head back, reviewing the places I noted ...