Hampton Inn & Suites Swansboro / Near Camp Lejeune At Bear Creek Gate
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... us dig in with nothing but a knife and our fingers. She had no interest in any of it! Meanwhile, we watched Roy devour at least a half dozen crabs before he uttered his first word or even took a sip of his beer! It’s a phenomenon I’ve witnessed before, but only when he’s eating blue crabs.
Wish we could have stayed longer but it’s onward and upward as we head to southern Maryland for about 5 days.
... t-shirt, etc). One was named Thomas and the other, Tony. The men both spoke so highly of their little town. I immediately took the opportunity to become educated on the area. Thomas told me that the body of water to my left has fresh water fish, the inlet to my right had oysters, crabs and Flounder, and the body of water directly behind the gas station was frequented by 100’s of dolphin certain times of the year. What a great place to live if you ...
... much nicer...we will see. So I've still not swam in the ocean!
Walked home and just lazed around the boat, I stir fried a big pan of veggies and Bryan grilled salmon...it was good. The grill might be the way to go for cooking it's an electric one but gets hotter than this oven :-) The sunset was really pretty tonight!
We watched another DVD "The perfect storm" hehe funny pick I know so happy we didn't hit waves like that :-)
... birds and one morning a large parade of geese with their babies and 5 white ducks went right up the road in front of us. So nice.
Day 415 - Off to the Outer Banks. Today we explored the town of BEAU - FORT (pronounced differently than BEEUUU-FORT in South Carolina). Apparently they were both founded and named by the same person and even some of the streets have the same name. One being Carteret ...
... and not a cloud to be seen. As I got to around site 9, I saw Heidi sitting on the beach looking depressed. She had gotten up early to see the sunrise and when she went back to her tent, a raccoon and chewed its way in and stolen her food bag! And it had her coffee! There are no trees on Bear Island so hanging food up in a bear bag is not really an option. Keeping food in a tent is never a good idea, but there’s nothing else ...