Barrier Island by EVRentals

Address: 1 Cypress Knee Trl, Kitty Hawk, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27949, United States | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on 1 Cypress Knee Trl, Kitty Hawk, is near Sea Scape Links Golf Course, Duck Woods Country Club, and Hemingway Gallery.
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Travel Blogs from Kitty Hawk

On to North Carolina

A travel blog entry by equinox on Dec 03, 2014

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... people.

Washed the boat, ate prime rib and visited with other cruisers headed south. Tomoorrow is a long day. We are going to try to make an 85 mile run. No viable place to stop in the Alligator River. Sole marina doesn't have enough depth for us to use it. No other options other than anchoring out and we don't want to have to do that. We'll see how that works out.
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Nags Head to San Fran

A travel blog entry by finchem on Nov 15, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

My mom, dad, brother, and I drove to Norfolk so my mom and I could get to the airport. As soon as we got there we pretty much had to say bye to my dad. (my brother was dropped off at my grandparents)Then we got on a plane to go to Chicago. In Chicago we stayed in the airport and after awhile we had to run to get to our gate which was like ...

The Outer Banks

A travel blog entry by whereisthebus on Sep 22, 2013

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... We drove the Honda south to visit 3 lighthouses and see the lower part of the Outer Banks. Most lighthouses had Fresnel lenses when they were built. In 1822 a Frenchman named Augustin Fresnel invented the lens that looks like a giant bee hive with a light in the center. Some were as tall as 12 feet. Tests showed that an open flame lost nearly 97% of it's light, and a flame with reflectors behind it still lost 83% of it's light. The ...

Flying Machines and Dead Batteries

A travel blog entry by chrisleslie on Sep 15, 2013

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... providing it. I sensed a certain amount of karma as I attached said jump leads to Marc and Louise's battery.

Word of note. If you are ever going to find yourself in need of automotive assistance then you can be in no better place than a campground. Apparently they are full of old retired mechanics just waiting to once again prove their worth. We had already said thanks but no thanks to two couples when Kenneth Harris appeared behind me. ...

Kitty Hawk and the first powered flight

A travel blog entry by roberton on Apr 06, 2013

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... moves the plane up. Flying a plane was not straight forward as when they first steered the plane one way it went the opposite way to what they expected because of drag when the wing shape changed. They put a rudder on to make the plane turn the way they wanted. The driver laid down in the middle to keep it balanced. They used their left hand to move ...