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... t the least bit touristy. We wish we could have spent more time here, but it is not to be this trip.
After touring the town we were taken back to our start point and also our meeting point for tonight’s sunset sail. As we headed back home we passed a Tri-Community Fire Department station that had a memorial out front. It was a 9-11 Memorial that had actual pieces of concrete and steel from the twin towers. There was a round flower wreath in ...
... operations, 34 gun positions, 50 tactical landing zones, three state-of-the-art training facilities for Military Operations in Urban Terrain and 80 live fire ranges to include the Greater Sandy Run Training Area. Military forces from around the world come to Camp Lejeune on a regular basis for bilateral and NATO-sponsored exercises.
The base and surrounding community is home to an active duty, dependent, retiree and civilian ...
... the beginning of the civil war (1861) when Col. White and the NC militia ousted the caretaker. It took them a year to repair the facility from non-use and install 54 heavy cannons. In April Union Maj Gen Burnside started his march through NC and on April 24th part of his troops went to the fort to meet with Confederate Col White to discuss surrendering the fort but he refused. The cannon fire started the ...
... to the hotel about 10:15 pm but we didn't need to catch the hotel shuttle till 4:30 the next day. So we had all day. The captain said we were going to walk to The Ale House so once we got settled in our rooms and changed clothes, we met downstairs and walked there. It was a bit of a walk. We kept asking him if he knew where it was, seemed we were never going to get there. We all had a drink and got something to eat, sat there and laughed a ...
... at New River Inlet while we proceeded to the Surf City Bridge. We were making miles and Otto was driving (Otto is our faithful autopilot). Out of the blue, Otto decides to make a 90 degree left turn. The channel here is pretty narrow so Otto was quickly relieved of his duties and hand steering took over. Sadly, I'm afraid Otto may be terminally ill. He doesn't respond to the usual corrective measures or a new fuse. Diagnosis of his ...