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... we were invited into the gate house for coffee and conversation. He even made us yogurt and granola parfaits!!!! Bob is known to many boaters for being a super friendly attendant and having extensive knowledge about the Dismal Swamp and it's history. He can also play the Conch shell.
The Dismal Swamp Canal is the oldest continually operating, hand-dug waterway in the United ...
... Roanoke for a couple of other guided wildlife events.The first was a guided drive through part of the preserve area in the hope of seeing black bears. There are apparently up to 500 in the area so our chances of seeing them were meant to be very good. Sadly the tour group was a convoy of about 25 cars and we were at the end. By the time we got through any bears that were there to see had wandered off. We ...
... but a very cute old building and probably too posh for us . Dinner down the road at the Good Times Tavern, cheap and chearful and I got to try the soft shell crab , basically grab a crab , not from Dirty ***** , coat it in batter , deep fry it and eat ....whole !!!!
Then home to do the dobi ( laundry) and enjoy a glass of that wine on the porch in a rocking chair. This is the life .
It has not rained today , despite the thunder.
Orrum to Columbia 396 ...
... was the location of the first English child born and baptized in the New World. Her name was Virginia Dare (she happened to be John White's granddaughter). Roanoke Island was also part of the American Civil War in several ways: First, when General Ambrose Burnside landed over 13,000 Union Troops to defeat a much smaller Confederate force during the 1862 campaign to blockade southern ports of the Confederacy and, ...
... including a few of the swans running along the surface of the water as they took flight. We headed back along the trail and Sandy saw something move in the distance. Bears are very common in the refuge, but using the zoom lens, I could see this was a deer. We walked ahead especially carefully, but as we got closer, she took off into the swamp. From here, we left the refuge and got back on the highway. It was getting towards lunch ...