Hampton Inn Elizabeth City
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... First Flight took place at Kill a Devil Hills. How far travel has come since that famous first 12 second flight. Although it was very windy on top of the hill, the weather was at least fine.
We managed to keep ahead of the rain all day, finding some clear blue skies when we reached the lighthouse at Currituck Beach. Seven is the current lighthouse total - a number that will grow when we reach the coast of Maine at the end of our holiday.
... is part of the intracoastal Waterway connecting the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia with the Albermale Sound in North Carolina, It's not the only route; there is the Virginia Cut through Coinjock. We have not taken this route yet and mostly because of the restricted bridges and the currents we would need to battle and not to mention the impatient faster boats that will no doubt wake us along the ...
... that day. & her husband just happened to be an employee of Vane Bros. which is the company Beau would like to work for. We had a drink & a shot with them & then we headed to the “strip” of Elizabeth City. There were only 3 bars really, but they all had a different atmosphere that had something to offer. As we stepped into Logan Raye’s we entered a Caribbean, laid-back tiki bar. We asked the brunette behind the ...
... like it is less than an inch from hitting. It was worrisome going under some of those bridges and power lines, because until you are safely under them you really cannot tell if you would hit or not.
We took the Virginia Cut, and before evening we stopped in Coinjock. The Waterway Guide book to the Mid-Atlantic (Dozier's) that we have characterizes Coinjock as, "centered on a particularly lonely stretch of the ...
... little town. And we were able to eat grits. :)
After lunch, we went back to the boat to tackle a couple of projects. Not too much time passed before a few other boaters stopped by to chat. We have heard a lot about this whole "cruising" crowd - for some reason, I don't like the idea of being considered a "cruiser," but I guess it may be somewhat inevitable seeing as we're, well, cruising. We met a few guys from Canada, and they seemed pretty stoked to meet ...