Jameson Inn Wilmington
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Wednesday morning, my wife, the dog, and I took a nice long walk on the beach down to Yaupon pier. Grabbed a couple shots under the pier. We were going to walk out on the pier but they want 50 cents a head. Didn't have any money on us so we decided to walk back to the beach house through town. Once we got back, the entire crew piled into ...
We slept in pretty much. Well... I slept in, at least. We had a simple, light breakfast and walked down to the beach just to check it out. It had rained the night before and everthing was still pretty wet. It was still pretty. After the beach, we piled into the van and went to, of all places, Walmart. We stocked up on groceries and beer (Yuengling Black and Tan). We're pretty much just going to chill for the rest of the day. I'm enjoying the Yuengling which I can't get back ...
There is a storm a brewing so we hope it doesn't hit hard here it shouldn't but I'm happy to be tucked in until Sat morning it will be past us then.
Stat from the skipper:
92 hrs traveling
We won't discuss fuel etc. hehe
We are going to Ruth's Chris steak house tonight to celebrate Canada! it's right here at the end of our pier.
We hope you are all having a super day!
... up camp for the day. They fish right off the beach apparently they fish for flounder. Very slow passed here, we were thirsty while at the beach so as we were on our beach walk we found the Tides bar and grill right on the beach ...I figure they wouldn't serve us as we both had no shoes on, Bryan had no shirt and I was in my bathing suite but nope They didn't care at all very friendly and had no issues serving!
... spending the weekend with her friend Gail and another friend, Julie, is visiting, too. We had dinner last night at a restaurant along the ocean - a few surfers out in spite of the 60 degree weather. We drove through the historic downtown section. The oldest homes were close together and wooden with large porches; huge, ...