Hamilton Cay At Bermuda Bay
Travel Blogs from Kill Devil Hills
Leg 21--1 Day--193 Miles
Miles to Date--6703
Google Map Included--A to B 193 miles, arrive for 3 nights at The Refuge RV Park on Roanoke Island.
Sun Sept 22--The highlight of the drive to the Outer Banks was the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. The Bridge-Tunnel is a four-lane ...
... so we head into the surf for some cooling fun! It is 82 today so the water feels good! Still some good sized waves that knock us around! Lots of fun!
- Back to campsite where we talk to 2 separate guys who are camping from the east coast! Interesting conversations!
Busy and good day! Tomorrow we head further south but still on Outer ...
... live to regret those thoughts!
The Wright Museum was fun and they took our National parks pass. Massive score. Me and Les had been here a couple of years ago while attending a wedding, but it was great to be back, and sharing the experience with the Sachs.
Lunch was had at the OBBS (Outer Banks Brewing Station), which we realized on entering we had been to before at said wedding. During Lunch we booked our hotel for the night, and ...
... end of the boardwalk trail, enjoying the view, then started back and turned for the Currituck Banks Maritime Forest Trail. This trail passes through a beautiful maritime forest with a number of really cool live oaks growing along it. I had to stop several times to check out these trees with their wildly-growing branches. They almost look like something out of a scary movie where the trees come alive. The ...
... which Neil Armstrong took with him when he landed on the Moon. So to see that was awesome, just knowing where it had actually been.
After the memorial I headed out of the Outer Banks and made my way back to New Bern, North Carolina for a short stop and then I would be onto Wilmington.
But all of that will be in the next blog!
Hope you enjoy the photos and reading about my adventure on the Outer Banks…I can’t wait to go back in summer!