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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Day 2 was significantly shorter.. Only 32 miles which felt like nothing after yesterday. The kicker? We literally rode off into a total monsoon and it was actually fun riding and singing "I'm singing in the rain"... And after a few miles we rounded a bend and the icicle-type rain came down. Oh and semis would pass and splash amazing amounts of water and it was all you could do to try and stay on the road with the after wind almost knocking you ...
First day of riding was 68 miles long after the "dipping of the back tire" in the Atlantic Ocean. Nags Head town Mayor came out to send us off, and I thought I even had a picture with him, but turns out the lady taking it took a video instead. Oh well!! Once all sand was washed off we were on our way to riding through first swampy part of NC. I am mildly...ok full blown... Scared to death of snakes, and on day 1 I saw three on side of road, and swerved into ...
Bullet points since I'm way behind on these blog posts: Belhaven was gorgeous. *we took REAL showers in a real home * I met Bud, a local, kind gentleman who opened up his house to us and shares stories about his life *Delicious meal *playing MASH with the group over a beer on the water after ...
I had to use up some PTO from work, so for the last weekend of the year, Sandy and I headed out to the Outer Banks for some hiking and wildlife photography. We left before 6 Saturday morning and made our way east along US-64 towards our first destination – Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge. The sun was coming up as we reached Plymouth and took NC-45 towards the entrance to the Pungo Lake unit of the refuge. From the turn ...
We crossed the Albemarle Sound to the Alligator River, which we cruised for most of the day until past sunset. The Alligator River joins with the Pungo River Canal, and after dark we were navigating a channel in the Pungo River before dropping anchor for the night near Belhaven off a break wall in 7-10 feet of water.
The Alligator River was very pretty. We ...