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... wall of sandbags has been built in an effort to save about twenty homes from the waves. The wooden stairways hang in mid air, sides of the buildings have collapsed and support beams have gone. It was terrible to see the destruction caused but not surprising when you see how close to the water they have been built. After three nights in Jacksonville we moved camps to Wilmington which is just 45 miles further south. We have found that the majority of campers have large fifth wheeler ...
... s Deli, packed it was. Full of locals including Office,Police and Fire chiefs. $21 and a full pint of Coke spilled over a table later ( Julie ) we have BLT and Pulled Pork. 14:15pm see's U.S. Back on the bus and ready for our tour, Bob starts with a history lesson and how it became was it is today. Again going through the Rice history of this part of America etc etc, a short drive away is our first small stop, US Navy ship North Carolina. The ship was ready to scrapped at one ...
... seafood meal across the road from our hotel the first night in Wilmington. The second night we decided to investigate the Outback Steakhouse, having seen several in our travels. They did pretty good steaks but the only Aussie element were the kangaroo decorations on the walls and the bit of Aussie slang in the menu. The next day we checked out and headed for ...
... that I’d dropped into yesterday to ask if dave was around. It was very nice and friendly, and we were chatting with folks. There were guitars and music posters around, so that twigged our interest… when we saw a notice about “open mike Thursday nights”… this was a Thursday!
We spent the afternoon bicycling (got a nice used bike for Pat) around downtown Wilmington. It was OK, but nothing like Savannah or Charleston, then back ...
... for my tail light and headed out. I thanked her for her kindness and biked off to the ferry. The night and sunset had calmed the sea and it was actually quite warm on the ferry ride back to Fort Fisher.
I drove back to Charlotte that night with a reassurance that time away from the city is always the best medicine. I entertained myself with some books on tape and didn't go to bed until it was finished, 5am. The trip was great and the week that followed, kept getting even better. ...