Howard Johnson Express Wilmington
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... almost no traffic either way. With the current astern and not a breath of wind, we finally made the turn-out at G 177. There wasn't enough daylight left to get to Wrightsville Beach (read marinas) so we opted for overnighting at the Carolina Beach State Park Marina. After a really tasty meal of leftovers we played backgammon until time to crash. As Bugs Bunny used to say, "That's all folks," and to mimic Johnny Carson , A
With the tide status of the Cape FEAR river, dictating our schedules, for both today and tomorrow. We have no intention or desire to go out in anything but favorable conditions. This is a luxury only those without schedules can live with. Passed over the South Carolina marker(an Osprey nest)and back to NC. We are at the is ...
... lot of trailer parks and trying to find a campground has been difficult because a lot of them turn out to be trailer parks. The campground we went to in Wilmington looked good online but it turned out to be a little bit creepy. Good news is the price was great and there were a lot of friendly cats and dogs to pet. Bad news is the place gave me the heebie-jeebies. We got through the night no problem and really I’m sure everything was fine but we packed it up the next morning ...
Now back aboard Rhiannon, heater going and the roughest part of our trip behind us, Maggie and I are anticipating crashing early. Temps tonight are forecasted to be high 20's and we are prepared to stay rather than fight the miserable conditions tomorrow. There's enough reading material and boat projects to keep us occupied, plus a great time to do laundry, and top up water and ...
... warm and dinner was warmer and super filling.
Sunday I woke up to sunshine and packed up camp. I rode down to the Fort Fisher-Southport ferry terminal with my bike and my pannier bags packed with my winter coat, extra bike tube, pump, reading materials and a map (which I didn't really use). The ferry was sunny, windy, spectacular. About 20 cars joined me and McFuji on the 30 minute ride. Families came out tossing crackers at the seagulls, trying to teach them ...