Holiday Inn Express & Suites Wilmington - University Center
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... up at a free dock at Fishy Fishy Seafood and had lunch. Finished eating and sat in the boat, still socked in. A patch of blue showed up and I thought the fog was finally clearing. Wrong! We crept out of Southport with maybe 50 ft viz at dead low tide that was just starting to reverse. We were using DR, GPS, VHF tuned to 13/16 with foghorn in hand and literally went mark-to-mark the entire way up the river. Radio protocol ...
... for second time on this voyage and just came back from Restaurant. Irish coffee's, soup and salad. Our lil' heater hooked up to shore power has not let us down. Its 55 but seems colder. Surely the wind chill is factor here. Our traveling friend s are now in Florida and we are a couple of days from Oriental NC. We have ...
... of the fast approaching cold weather and we ended up driving through the central part of NC which is flat and doesn’t have much to offer. We are definitely coastline or mountain people through and through. We stopped at Front Street Brew Pub which offered a free tour and tasting of their facilities and we don’t pass up free things, especially when that’s beer! The brew master was a really cool guy and explained how his small facility made their beers which ...
We awakened this morning to 44 degrees, 20 mph northeast wind, and an anchor that was buried in the hard sand bottom of Banks Chanel, After considerable effort and super numb hands, Maggie and I got the anchor up and aboard as we headed down Masonboro Sound and the short cut thru Shinn Creek to the ICW. Now we were headed dead downwind and that lessened the effect of the bone chilling wind.
... ate during war. Apparently not much, cornmeal mush and foraged food and rotten meat. yuck. After melting my feet for about 10 minutes with these very "interesting" southern, reenactment folk, I mounted my bike and biked to the end of the peninsula where there were a handful of kite-surfers flying and gliding in front of the descending sunset. I was frozen. I was biking with my merino wool shirt, merino sweater, down jacket, leggings, wool socks, and tennis ...