Oasis Suites Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
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... is where eastern Americans would go for family vacation. Every building was a seafood shack, beach toy store, hotel or vacation rental. I'm still not convinced anyone actually lived on the Outer Banks. Katy requested a stop at Jockeys Ridge, a large patch of rather big sand dunes. The Wright brothers learned to fly on these dunes. It had a neat-o desert feel. I spotted the shape of a man kneeling on one knee to another shape. Had I ...
... went over and talked to him. She was curious as to just how much equipment he could carry on his motorcycle. The biker Ken told Jayne he had stayed at the campground many times, and he too was appalled at its condition. We had a reservation for the 10 o'clock ferry as had Ken. After a 2 hour and 15 minute ferry ride we arrived at Ocracoke Island. We are spending several days here and will report on our adventures on the next blog.
... exhilarating and freeing - and how the deeper crests just yards away from where we floated is the months ahead. I could also tell you that I didn't already anticipate jumping into the blast of blue Pacific Ocean water (clothed or not) to contrast the present moment with us standing bare-***** in the night-reflected sea... but that would be a bold-faced lie.
There is still much to be ...
... Nags Head and found that they have at least 5 Wing stores (which is also in Cape Cod). Nags Head reminds me sorta of like Cape Cod (a very touristy town with stores galore and beaches). I gathered all the needed supplies to discover what we wanted to do (Tourist-Nags Head magazines). Kevin found 2 interest right away: wild horses and safari ride! I was interested in doing parasailing and waverunning. Kevin made some calls and some were pricy and some were in his ...
... us to be in such a place where such an amazing happened over a hundred years ago. The brothers, humble bicycle mechanics, were born engineers and true risk takers. The had received a flying toy from their father when he returned from a trip and it enthralled them. It led to flight, as we know it today. There's a bit of inventor in each of us in some way.
We then headed north in the direction of our original destination. There's ...