Edwards of Ocracoke
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... on the ferry to Ocracoke, so that means we have to back track & drive the long way round!! The season has definitely ended down here, most businesses are already closed & we had a hard time finding anywhere for lunch. As you can see from the photos it's a gorgeous place & we're glad we came to check it out. It's was too windy & cool to sit out for too long, otherwise this would have been the perfect place to hang out for a while!!
... showers and two slightly more civilized ones, but what can you expect for $18 x 2. Once again I am faced with trying to sleep in a place where the flies bite you.What the F is that all about, they seem to have a particular preference for English blood.
Tents erected we set out on foot to explore the small island. The preferred method of transport here are golf carts, but at $15 an hour and with all our cash already invested in ...
... no gigantic rental homes. But they do have lots of golf carts. I kinda wished we had one to ride around in like everyone else. For dinner we headed to the marina for some seafood at smacnallys and then a little stroll back through the village to the lighthouse which is still in use. So we also successfully saw all lighthouses on the outer banks! Tomorrow we have to saw goodbye to our little islands and head back to the mainland. On to ...
Today, we took the ferry over to Ocracoke Island. The ferry from Hattares Village to Ocracoke takes about an hour. Enjoyed the ride...very smooth. The ferry dock is 13 miles out from the village.
On the way in to the village, we stopped at the pony pens .....these Ponies used to ...
... we made a side trip to the Bodie Island Lighthouse. While there, we met a wonderful young lady, Heather, who also cycles and is working to compete in triathlons. She offered, and I quickly accepted, to "ferry" me to the other side of the dreaded bridge. I dubbed her an Angel from that moment on. Early the next morning, Heather and her trusty SUV arrived with yummy breakfast sandwiches and Gatorade. After Jim completed his ride across the bridge, we had a ...