Comfort Inn On The Ocean
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... 2 wine glasses and a mug for my tea.
The Weather Channel has just told us there is going to be no reason to go to the beach - no sunshine, cool temperatures, heavy winds and high seas. Not the best time to visit The Outer Banks
We had dinner at The Black Pelican, a restaurant housed in a historic 1874 United States Life Saving Station from where the Wright Brothers telegraphed the world with news of their first successful flight. A visit to site is on the agenda ...
... printing business with a printing press they designed and built. They also owned and operated a bicycle shop and actually designed their own bicycles – the money they earned from their bicycle business funded their aviation program. They designed and built the motor used on their airplane. A coin flip decided which brother would make the first flight attempt. Wilbur died at age 45 after contracting Typhoid Fever.
In the room where ...
... The town where the RV park is located is small. Not many restaurants or shopping opportunities. The town also has a bit of a run-down look and there are many businesses that have closed. So far, we are not impressed with what we have seen, which is a bunch of sand dunes and this little town.
We found the KOA and pulled in to register. The office and entrance were very nice and new looking. Cheryl checked in and we were lead to our spot by the ...
... on "intimate terms with the wind."
Octave Chanute ( 1832-1910) He gathered and disseminated aeronautical knowledge. He encouraged the 'wrights who used his biplane glider design.
The Bodie Lighthouse was beautifully kept. Looked brand new. The paint job must have just been done.
Not sure what I expected the area to look like, but to me it looked like so many ...
... The creek is pretty wide open here and we could see a lot of birds. Tyler pointed out a noisy kingfisher and we saw a couple turtles sunning themselves on logs, despite the chilly weather. Then we headed back and followed the red-blazed trail that makes a loop. This trail departs from Milltail Creek and follows a very narrow stream towards Sawyer Lake. The swampy forest here was beautiful and the water was so ...