Holiday Inn Express Morehead City
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... DAY - Today is a lazy day since it has and will be raining most of the day. We got up at 1am to put the awning up in between rain storms since we weren't sure if the wind would pick up.
We had about a few hours of no rain that we were right in the middle of bands. So I am catching up on the cleaning (work is never done), reading, writing the blog and working on the ancestry website. ...
Home again This morning we awakened to the sound of rain beating on the cabin. A look outside shows bleak surroundings. We are the only transient boat at Casper's Marina. The weather threatens to keep us here unless the front passes over us and we can get ahead of the rain. Maggie goes to shower and I focus on what the weather is doing. If today is looking bad, tomorrow is even worse, with gusty 20 kt northerly winds, cold temperatures and choppy seas. Ugh! I ...
... to figure out and then watch the scenario play out. The other interesting lesson was the many ways the snow birders communicated with this huge craft which took up most of the deep channel. They never taught any of this in Captain's classes except in a formal way. Since this behemoth of floating equipment obviously had right-of-way and couldn't maneuver in the narrow channel, the reactions of the pleasure craft skippers were a study in ...
... and turtle habitat. Even our campground owner was complaining to Ted about her reduced income due to lack of fisherman the last few years.
We headed further down the coast on a very narrow strip of sand with dunes on one side and a lagoon on the other. On the lagoon side or Pamlico Sound (west), we enjoyed watching kite surfers jumping and gliding over the waves. The dunes on the east or Atllantic side ...
... ocean side. Sat and had delicious picnic. Then, we walked to the interior of the island and sure enough, we found horses! These feral horses are supposedly descended from horses on Spanish shipwrecks many years ago. We could walk within 15-20 feet of them and they did not seem disturbed (and we did not try to get any closer!). Most of them had thick hair, mane, and tail, ...