John Yancey Oceanfront Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Up at 5:30 to catch the 6 AM opening of Steel Bridge. Then waited around for the 8:30 opening at the Centerville Br.Made 50 mile run to Coinjock. Ran aground in shallows just north of the marina but we were able to work our way off.
Surprising number of boats at the marina- mostly big motoryachts. A few sailboats. We were one of the few with full enclosures. Lots of very ...
... shower & change for dinner.
Maria and Bridget decided to take Barry out for dinner at a joint called Dirty *****.
He decided he would go buy some clothing.
We got back to the room just before dark. We sat on the balcony, looked at the stars, listened to music and had a couple of beers.
Hurricane has been named Arthur.
... day, and tomorrow is free since it's MLK Day. Okay then, next stop Jockey's Ridge! It's a state park of sand dunes. They are huge, about 100 feet tall. I passed them earlier and gapped. I walk along the nature trail, get tones of sand in my shoes, see some hang gliders closed up for the season. It was so beautiful. Surprisingly beautiful for a bunch of sand. Turns out there's another side to the park, but I get there after 5, when it closes. ...
... our favorite, but some already had the ribbons on it. our campground was a huge one. i think there was a little over 700 campsites, but of course they weren't filled up. they had eight bathrooms and showers. a very large pool, lots of playgrounds. the sites of course were small but all in all it was a very pretty campground. i would hate it in the summer!
obx campground in kill devil hills is very small, only 48 ...
... into the real Outer Banks going south.
So that was where I was heading to the real Outer Banks. I wanted to drive along the road that had sand dunes on either side, the beach a stone’s throw away. I was truly hoping that is what it would look like when I went through certain parts. Luckily the weather was ok. It had been lightly spitting but nothing major and the sun was out. It was just a little overcast but as long as it wasn’t bucketing I was happy. Considering ...