Clam Digger Inn
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three nites at morehead city north carolina, we liked the campground, it was quiet, had trees, and it had a pier, where people fished. it wasn't full but of course we weren't in season. so as we pull in the camp spot, a neighbor comes running over to help us back in, ( we didn't need help, never had help, and randi seems to whip right in there, with me guiding her of course), so, he looked familiar to me and i looked at his rig, and him and his wife were ...
... waves to form. Stopped off at the visitors centre and got some maps of North Carolina... As there are lots of little islands and beaches along the Crystal Coast. We drove along the Historical Waterfront District and went for a walk around, this was once a bustling port. now a quaint area with character homes that date back to the 1700's, beautiful mansions refurbished and now in ...
... of the wind, the amount of traffic, etc. We've chosen to sail North towards Annapolis, MD so we can explore our home state of Virginia, & have the added (AWESOME) ability to actually sail.
Our plan is to get through N.C. as fast as possible, because the coast we're sailing along is fairly desolate. (If anyone has any neat suggestions on places to stop between Oriental, NC & VA, let me know!) Then once we get ...
... Mahesh, then hiked our stuff back to the ferry dock. After getting back to the mainland, we made the drive back to Raleigh, getting home at a decent hour. Mahesh was very thankful that I had shared our campsite with him and given him the opportunity to join us. I wouldn’t have known about Bear Island if several years ago, someone hadn’t invited me and let me share their campsite. So I was happy to do the same for him this ...
Day three began wet, dreary, and miserable. We were sore, and vastly less eager to go out in the pouring rain to plant. After almost cancelling the planting, we ventured out anyway adorned in those stereotypical yellow rain coats. We looked like the yellow submarine.
As luck would have it, it stopped raining immediately upon our arrival to Jones Island and an hour later the sun was shining as we dibbled along the final stretch of beach ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking