Barrier Island by EVRentals
Travel Blogs from Kitty Hawk
Leg 21--1 Day--193 Miles
Miles to Date--6703
Google Map Included--A to B 193 miles, arrive for 3 nights at The Refuge RV Park on Roanoke Island.
Sun Sept 22--The highlight of the drive to the Outer Banks was the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel. The Bridge-Tunnel is a four-lane ...
- Today we will explore the area in Suzuki.
- First stop is Jennette's pier which is a large beach that today is hosting the Eastern Shore Surfing finals. So we sit down and watch the semi and finals for the junior division (under 16). These kids are from all over the east coast and they are good! Parents are a bit hard core as we sit near ...
... live to regret those thoughts!
The Wright Museum was fun and they took our National parks pass. Massive score. Me and Les had been here a couple of years ago while attending a wedding, but it was great to be back, and sharing the experience with the Sachs.
Lunch was had at the OBBS (Outer Banks Brewing Station), which we realized on entering we had been to before at said wedding. During Lunch we booked our hotel for the night, and ...
... the insects weren't bad at all here. Being a swampy maritime forest, I had thought the mosquitoes would be terrible, but I really didn't see any. When I got to the reserve, I first headed out on the short boardwalk trail leading to a beautiful view of Currituck Sound. Although the skies were cloudy, the views of the marshy areas up to the sound were quite beautiful. I sat for a few minutes at the benches ...
... or what happened to them. Roanoke Island is also where the first person of English descent was born.
Anyway, it's been a nice day, and we are all very tired, but ready to see some lighthouses, the Wright Brothers Memorial, sand dunes and possibly a part of the island where wild horses have been for a very long time.