Sea Gull Motel
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It's July 12th and we’re on our way to southern Maryland after spending a day and a half with our son Shawn and his family in New Bern, NC. I’m leaving with tears in my eyes, as this stop was way too short! I wish we could just go back and take them home with us!!
Although Shawn’s construction business is booming right now, he managed to take Thursday afternoon off and get a golf game in with his Pop ...
... walked the beach and played in the shallow river water. People were walking 50-100 yards out into the river and it only went waist deep. The water was very warm and golden in color due to the high iron content of the surrounding sandstone. We had a beautiful sunset and nice big campfire to cap the evening.
The next day we decided to hike one of the nearby trails. It had a neat boardwalk running through the lowland swamp. All of the trees were swelled ...
Good morning and happy Sunday to you all.
Woke up to clear sky's no thunder clouds around today...yahoo! We are going to refuel and make our way to Wrightsville. beach NC it is in the county of New Hanover NC. They have a shuttle to the grocery store so I'll do that this morning time for more fresh veggies etc, the plan is to eat on the boat tonight.
The skipper tells me that we will not hit open water, big bays at all today I'm ...
... the damage was extensive. Some homes totally gone, others severely damaged, some with the blue tarps still on the roofs, and lots of debris piled up along the side of the road. It's so amazing to see such devastation and to have it in such a slim area. We were told it wasn't a tornado, but the winds had to be upwards of 90 mph or more. This was one of the nicest campgrounds inside of a yacht basin. We saw ...
... should die, think only this of me:
That there's some corner of a foreign field
That is for ever England....' ~ Rupert Broke
Made a quick stop for some pics at the Ocracoke lighthouse then on towards the ferry to Hatteras.