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... times are nice.
Our next reservation is at Roanoke Island across the bay from Nags Head. Problem is that is where the outer band of the storm is so we will give them a call and make our decision whether we need to stay here another night. We called and they said it was raining off and on but they haven't been flooded since Hurricane Sandy so we are heading north at noon!!
... vegged out. Very reviving. Also important was getting our laundry done, by someone other than me. I have begun to realise, that, like some Australian cities, all the shops and life has moved out to the burbs, leaving the inner city or downtown pretty deserted. So, we end up visiting a lot of Malls, where the chain restaurants and interesting shops are. We had ...
... over the Atlantic, but it was up a bit already by the time I got down there. Still, the light was beautiful, and I got some lovely pix of the pier and beach.
We then drove leisurely toward Wilmington through crazy commercialism of North Myrtle Beach… endless huge hotels and crass tourist traps, with the occasional pretty little residential area.
So… as we arrived in Wilmington and exited the freeway, we ended up in a left turn lane that ...
... to the hotel about 10:15 pm but we didn't need to catch the hotel shuttle till 4:30 the next day. So we had all day. The captain said we were going to walk to The Ale House so once we got settled in our rooms and changed clothes, we met downstairs and walked there. It was a bit of a walk. We kept asking him if he knew where it was, seemed we were never going to get there. We all had a drink and got something to eat, sat there and laughed a ...
... 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 ...