Pony Island Motel
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It's hot and muggy here on the east coast. I'm heading to the pool.
I floated for 6 hours today! It was like heaven!!!
Mike got to go play in his salt water and I got chlorinated. Win, win.
Mike brought a new pet home today too. We shall call it Sandy! (cause it is)
Pretty sunset even with the flares.
That is all for ...
Hey everyone. Because of a family emergency Jen and I have to drive home this evening a day ahead of schedule. I do have pictures and some fun stories to tell including how I saved the life of a fish....but it'll have to wait. I'll get this updated just as soon as I can. ...
... the motel with ear plugs in by 7:30!
The route we are on is here
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this is why we are stuck. It's all Andrea's fault
... it was time to pull myself back to the present, climb back in the saddle and pedal on to the town of Ocracoke. The wild, wind blown landscape and the inhabitants of this island were no different than the previous islands. On the Island of Ocracoke, the wild ponies have been corralled in order to protect them. Jim and I had stopped at the protective corral so that I could finally see an Outer Banks Wild Pony, and it was here that met Larry and Cheryl. ...
We spent four days in Beaufort waiting for good weather to continue up the coast. While there we visited the very nice Maritime Museum and the fascinating old cemetery. For the cemetery there was a thorough printed "walking tour" guide that told the stories of many of the “residents”. Included were many Revolutionary and Civil War era soldiers, a British soldier buried standing up so he could salute the King, and a young girl who ...