Sea Ranch Resort
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- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
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... bloom and line many of the motorways, with heavy farming crops in large areas , stretching as far as the eye can see - soya bean, corn, and tobacco, being the main crop we noticed, before entering State of Georgia on the Savannah river as we approached Savannah.
After a full 8 hours driving with the outside temperature peaking at 99 degrees at 3 oclock,
we were ...
... north of Greece. I’m not really sure why I chose to even talk about it except I have never met anyone from Macedonia. I actually thought she sounded like she was Bulgarian or something. Oh, well. Too much said already.
Well, that is the story of the day. Tomorrow will be a longish travel day as we are heading to Winston-Salem which is around 325 miles. Hopefully we have something interesting to talk about for tomorrow.
See you ...
... destination after all. We also passed the Wright Brothers Museum, a place we plan to visit before we leave the Outer Banks.
As we continued north, we got into nicer, more residential areas. We also began to get some rain showers. Along some parts of the road there was water pooled 10 feet into the roadway. It looked like the sky had unloaded here not all that long ago.
We finally reached the town of Duck, North Carolina. This is a place ...
... know what will happen and that is the beauty of travel. Leave it open and explore; you won't be disappointed.
Visas, Currency Exchange, Language, Safety
Four more things I want to bring up real quick that seem to really confuse people and scare them away from an epic journey. None of these are complicated and yet they seem so frightening.
Visas are basically just your permission to enter a foreign country that let them know when you ...
... It stands 150 feet high, and has a first-order Fresnel lens.
Cape Hatteras Light, the tallest in the US, stands 208 feet. It also had a first order lens. The original lens was removed by retreating Confederate soldiers to keep it out of the hands of the Union. In 1999 the light was moved 1/2 mile inland because of coastal erosion, a project that took 23 days.
We had to take a short ferry ride (in the Honda, no bus) to ...