Ramada Plaza Nags Head Oceanfront
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One of the major beach destinations in the southeastern U.S., the Outer Banks comprise a 125-mile long system of narrow Atlantic barrier islands wedged between inland sounds and the ocean. They are notorious for their offshore shoals, where more than 600 shipwrecks have occurred earning them the title of 'Graveyard of the Atlantic'.
Upon disembarking from the ferry which took us from Cedar Island to ...
Day 46 - Today we too the 130 mile one way trip to the Outer Banks. We visited the Wright Bros. monument and the Bodie Island Lighthouse Unfortunately it was so hot that we didn't explore more of the Banks. It was over 90 degrees since the wind was coming tom on shore. Thank goodness for Fat Boyz Ice Cream Shop.
Four other men preceded Wilbur and Orville in flight:
... all. about five of them overlook the water (10 to 15). the sites are very large and it is very peaceful. we are about three miles from the kill devil hills beach and about five miles from the nags head beach. and the entire coast is beach so they all run together and it's great beach. did some good shelling there and took pic's of the shore birds. the first day we arrived, we set up and napped. the next day, we were feeling ...
... is able to capture all but 17% of it's light. Seven types, or "orders", of lens were developed. The first 3 orders, the largest, were for seacoast lights. The other 4 orders were smaller, for bay or harbor lights.
Bodie Island Light (pronounced body) was first built in 1847 but do to a poor foundation was abandoned after 12 years. Rebuilt in 1859 and blown up by retreating Confederate soldiers in 1861. Today's Bodie Light was built ...
... winter too, I was not hopeful it was going to be nice so I was pleasantly surprised it was so calm and mild.
I left the Nags Head area and turned onto the road that went all the way through Rodanthe and then right down the bottom to Cape Hatteras and Buxton. It was a good hour and a half to go all the way down there, but that was what I came to see so I didn’t mind.
I was very excited to drive through Rodanthe as it was the prettiest part to the Outer Banks ...