The Breakwater Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... so I assumed that maybe she worked at the place.
I picked up Harley’s leash and started to head back to the motorhome. As I got closer to the lady, she said that she thought Harley was so well behaved. She said that if she tried to do that with her dog he would already be in Nebraska. She did work at the facility, as I suspected. She pointed to the motorhome and asked if that was mine. I said it was and she joked that her bags were just ...
... sunk here over the years...and hence the museum. It had a lot of cool old scuba equipment. My favorite part of recent history was some cargo ship carrying Doritos dropped a few containers and tons of bags of chips washed up on shore. Now that's my kind of day at the beach.
Now on to lighthouse #2 of the day. Once again our national parks pass would be deemed useless at Hatteras lighthouse. I initially did not want to go up ...
... We commonly see surfing Dolphin and the occasional Fox, Deer, and Boar. It was a long drive from one end of the island to the other but it was worth it. It was amazing to see these horses roaming freely among the homes. On the way back to Hattares, we stopped at the Wright Brothers National Monument in Kill Devil Hills. It was too hot to walk up the hill but the view was nice from below. All in all, a nice but long ...
... were not able to climb the 12 stories to the top. Oh darn! We then drove over to the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum. This museum focuses on the maritime history and shipwrecks off North Carolina's Outer Banks, often called the Graveyard of the Atlantic. There have been more than 600 ships that have wrecked or sunk along the Cape. During WWII there were close to 80 merchant and Navy ships that were sunk by the Germans in this area which ...
... time for the 1:20 climb. Ah Oh. Do I have to make the climb in a certain amount of time??? Luckily, no. You get the 1:20 orientation and then you can climb at your leisure.
Basically the orientation repeats the sign that it could be hot, noisy, crowded. there are 8 levels where you can stop and look out or take a break. She requested that we stay to the right so that people coming down could stay to their ...