John Yancey Oceanfront Inn
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... Just as we were coming to a long bridge that takes visitors to the first island and the town of Kitty Hawk, all the traffic came to a complete halt. We turned the car off and waited. We made a phone call to Sheree's parents while we waited and watched the sun go down. We inched along like snails. We had hoped to see the bridge in the daylight or even sunset but that wasn't meant to be. We figured an accident had occurred and sure ...
... 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.
... We talk about conditions for tomorrow, and I end up calling off the lesson. Which I think will work out well with all I want to do. I head back to my room, have a nice hot shower, hot dinner. I brought a big container of pasta with chicken and sauce. No eating out! I scribe another chapter, after messing up a letter to my Compassion child. Now off to the Wright Memorial! Maybe not. The ranger at the entrance tells me I've just missed the last tour ...
... 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 ...