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... boating, camping at Bear Island, fishing, and there are marine education programs. There is a boat service to Bear Island which would be a great day out but we visited late in the day. Back at the caravan Peter had a few repairs to do - the purpose of our shake down trip. One of the wooden supports under the seating was broken so now repaired and all the others reinforced, and the awning needed tightening before it came off. Just as well Peter has bought a few tools and doesn't ...
... area since the late 1700's early 1800's to help protect Beaufort and the sound but none lasted due to the construction material and the weather conditions. Then around 1826 the US Army Corp of Engineers began building the current Ft. Macon and to make it last they had to use bricks (9.2 million) and mortar but when they finished, due to the economy, they didn't put troops there A caretaker lived ...
... seafood meal across the road from our hotel the first night in Wilmington. The second night we decided to investigate the Outback Steakhouse, having seen several in our travels. They did pretty good steaks but the only Aussie element were the kangaroo decorations on the walls and the bit of Aussie slang in the menu. The next day we checked out and headed for ...
... British Columbia. She was very well received of course!
So, thanks to our Serendipity Bunny, what could have been a real nuisance turned into a delightful two days of interacting with great folks, lots of VW sightings, and some great roots music for the cost of a sandwich. And what could have cost us 600 or 700 dollars (the window and the bike) and days of delay, cost only about $400 and some great fun.
Onward today toward the Cape Hatteras region.
... going all the while proclaiming his harmonica maestro-ness and love for slapping a bag of Franzia.
I awoke Saturday and road my bike to West Onslow Bridge for sunrise (see picture). The "spoil areas" were far from spoiling. There were endless white egrets, terns, drum, blue crabs and flounder lurking about. On the ride back I discovered what a South wind in the face feels like. We all got coffee and omelets at the Beach House and played a game of cornhole ...