Edwards of Ocracoke
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- Free parking
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... around for twenty minutes we could still not find a legal parking area (admittedly we were towing the caravan). From a road running the length of the beach there are narrow side streets leading down to the beach which had angle parking on one side and no parking on the other. Just perfect with the caravan, I must say. We had never planned on staying overnight but clearly we weren't going to spend much time at all in Ocean City. So while Peter waited in the car I ...
... for clues until they were lead to mini treasure chests full of little trinkets.
On our last evening, we made our way down to the beach at dusk for a bonfire. This was attended by everyone - including Josh's extended family, meaning that there was a really nice crowd of us there. No bonfire is complete without toasting marshmallows and turning them into s'mores, which, of course, we did! It was a fun filled evening to finish off a great week away with the family!
We stayed at Camp Hatteras at a gorgeous waterfront site on the Sound side of the "spit". The campground spans 1/2mile across the spit from the Atlantic Ocean to the other side called Pamlico Sound. We just made it in time to see the sun setting! But it wasn't long before we had howling winds at 43KMH buffeting our motorhome well into the night! In talking to someone the next day she thought the gusts were much higher! We didn't ...
... Outer Banks (at least the portion that we cover) end to end it's nearly as long as the whole state of New Jersey. Every once in a while a small town like Buxton or Hatteras will pop up. The speed limit drops...people are on bicycles everywhere...and you're taken aback by the concept that civilization has sprung up seemingly in the middle of nowhere. And just as soon as the town has risen out of the dunes it sinks back into them until the next one down the road.
... Cheryl sent us on our way with with our stomachs full of a wonderful vegetable omelet, delicious home fries, toast and smoothies. Larry and Cheryl further surprised us, and made our visit with them even more memorable, by popping up along our bike route to the ferry launch, and at the ferry launch, to take parting photos of us. We are extremely grateful for the literal "port in the storm" Larry and Cheryl have provided us the last few days. As for the Island of Ocracoke, ...