Holiday Inn Express Sneads Ferry
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This place brought back memories. The only other time I was in Jacksonville, NC was last year when Charlotte got the big snowstorm that had the airport shut down off and on for 4 days (mostly shut down). I got stuck in Jacksonville, NC from Tuesday morning at 8:30 till we left on Friday morning at 11:00. There are only 3 gates at this airport, very small. I was happy to see that we stayed in a nicer area and there were a lot stuff around the hotel. ...
... 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 ...
... I toughed out the wetness to hurry the trip south as a major cold system is due to hit Friday. The sooner we get south the better. As today wore on we paid the price for sleeping in. Missed the 1000 opening of Onslow Beach bridge and lost 1/2 hour. Because of this delay we also missed the 1300 opening at Surf City bridge. It was apparent that we'd be arriving at the Banks Channel ...
Relax, nothing in control! Raining. Captain in cockpit, v berth is warm and dry. Beautiful coastal Carolina's. Who needs yoga when you are sailing. I do take helm in the 1-100 breaks. 8 hrs in the rain & pulling into Casper marina for nice hot shower. Finally sun shining. ...
... plants on the agenda to be planted this week. The state parks folks then ferried everyone else and the baby plants over to Jones Island to commence the dibbling and planting process.
The first day, we were gung-ho and having far too much fun. Krista and I commandeered a barren area of beach and set on a mission to cover every 8 inches with a little spartina plug. We took turns maneuvering the dibbler and placing and tucking in the baby plants. ...