Surf Side Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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His take on the day - he is a man of few words!
It was a wild night and the north easterly storm continues. There is so much sand in the air!
Her view of events:
It has not been a very comfortable day. The gale force winds (40 miles an hour) have blown sand everywhere - a heavy haze of sand hangs above the island. Reports suggest that the weather will get worse before it improves with the distinct possibility of a hurricane ...
... of the events of that day. Many other displays gave the full story of all the work that went into making that day a reality. There was also a huge monument on a nearby hill, from which they started testing in a glider.
That evening we returned to the campground that we had discovered that morning. It was called Adventure Bound and was for tents only. No RVs! It also had a youth hostel. It was a ...
... crew, which means that my group (there are like five of us) helps the host prepare dinner and we help clean up, too. It's only 5:30, dinner is an hour away and I'm starving. That's all to report for now. Everyone is fantastic so far, really. So nice and excited and wonderful. I'll be glad to get things going tomorrow. Alright y'all, keep praying for safety and good weather, you rock! Love and miss ...
... leave tonight or tomorrow morning. Thank you Mom 2.
We spent the evening taking photographs with my new camera (that I LOVE) on the beach. Enjoy the pictures. We went to dinner at Dirty ***** Crab House. I ordered some steamers as Kevin had fish and chips. Our waitress at the restaurant said that the hurricane is at a 4 and they will probably evacuate on Friday. We gave the restaurant a rating of 3 out of 5.
I am sorry to say folks we ...
The drive to the Outer Banks was about as long as the drive to Key West! While driving, we could actually see that we were finally leaving the smoke behind, from the wildfires. We arrived in Manteo at night so we didn't see much the first day. We woke up the next morning and walked around the cute town before driving to Fort Raleigh.
We had much more fun at the sand dunes over at Jockey's Ridge State Park. Steve and I wanted to take the ...