Ramada Plaza Nags Head Oceanfront
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... Farewell to Glenna & Jerry after a full 2 days together; the plan to meet again, somewhere next year....or maybe they come visit us in Florida.
Leaving the Outer banks involved 2 more extremely long bridges, travelling West over water to return to the mainland...and we spent most of today travelling South -through the Carolina's.
Colorful Crepe Myrtles are ...
... nicest evening we have had here so we stayed outside to eat. When we were done we headed to the little gift shop next to the park and Cheryl picked up a couple of gifts. I went in and got an ice cream cone for dessert. I detected quite an accent on the cashier and I asked her where she was from. She said she was from here, with a smirk on her face, knowing that wasn’t what I meant. She finally admitted to being from Macedonia. That, by the way, ...
... to come home with me. Fortunately, we are getting smarter in our old age and we always take an ice chest when we go out, just in case.
After we ate we decided to continue on north to get the lay of the land. The first few miles along the highway looked like a regular tourist town with miniature golf courses, go cart racing, souvenir shops, and the normal collection of retailers you would see in Anytown, USA. A bit commercial, but hey, this is ...
Personally, I don't like to plan out an entire itinerary. I prefer to map out places I want to see and things I want to do and just cruise. In my experience trying to get from A to B by this time on that day is frustrating and more like a school field trip than an adventure. What happens if you end up really liking point A? Or if you meet some people at point B who tell you about some places that sound interesting you hadn't heard of before? ...
... 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 ...