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... br> The next day we packed up and headed north to Kitty Hawk, where the Wright Brothers made the first controlled, motorized, heavier-than-air flight on December 17, 1903. In fact they made 4 flights that day, each lasting longer and covering a larger distance. Wilbur flew the 4th flight, a distance of 852 feet and lasting 59 seconds. They had a bicycle company in Dayton, Ohio, and were skilled mechanics, ...
... is for the hurricane to hit land on Friday morning. It is only going to be rated a category 1 so we decided that we will go anyway.
We hit the road around 8:30 and headed east for the beach. We drove past Bugg's Island where we stayed before I went on the tour.
We got to Kitty Hawke around 1pm. The radio was telling us that the hurricane was still on its way. It seemed that the ...
... My plans are fairly open and I'd like to keep this blog for two reasons:
1) This kind of thing is a lot of fun to be able look back on.
2) I'm hoping to help break down that wall for those of you who want to travel, have the means, but don't.
I get a lot of questions about how to do this sort of thing and I'd love to share every facet of the process with anyone who cares to read about it. I'd love for this to get shared ...
... Dec. 17, 1903. No. 1 lasted 12 seconds and went 120 fee. No. 2 lasted 12 seconds also and went 175 feet. No. 3 lasted 15 seconds and went 200 feet, and No. 4 lasted 59 seconds and went 852 feet. The brothers had accomplished what they came here for--to prove that a propeller driven craft heavier than air could fly.
We then went to Fort Raleigh National Historic Site in Manteo, on Roanoke Island. This is an interesting story. Sir ...
... I was still only 3/4 full, and it is done in gallons not litres here so I would eventually work it out as I went along.
The drive to the Outer Banks was quite nice. There was a little bit of water around, especially when going over bridges. Speaking of bridges some of them were like hills! There was one bridge in the distance that just looked like a big hump…I was like 'what the hell is that?’, but as I got closer it began to look like a bridge…it was just ...