Ocracoke Harbor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... plus a cooler & sometimes buckets all on their front bumper!
We found one of the beaches they were headed for & went for a chat! They have to pay $50 a month or $120 a year for a beach access permit to drive their trucks right on the beach plus the fishing license fee of $30. They catch a large variety of fish but not ones were familiar with so I can't remember the ...
Today we woke up in Kitty Hawk and drove the full length of the Cape Hatteras National Seashore of the Outer Banks to see the light houses and beaches. We were stopped at the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge parking lot because the road was closed for the filming of a music video. We have no idea who it was but Mike seems to think it was Elvis and Michael Jackson performing a duet. We saw the Bodie Island Lighthouse, ...
... be a good idea to feed seagulls that were following our ferry. Oh it was so adorable...right up until the Captain came on the PA system and said, "Welcome aboard the Chicamacomico! DO NOT FEED THE SEAGULLS!" It was awesome. Everyone laughed at the tourist...and she deserved it. Feeding seagulls? Really? Oh well.
But the ferry crossing got better. The area of water that the ships traverse is known as Pamlico Sound and it's quite shallow. The boat channels are narrow ...
... leaving Bill's & Dorothy's we were at Bodie Lighthouse where we met a young lady named Heather. It turns out that she was an angel in disguise. She offered to let us stay with her and two friends overnight (an offer she later had to withdraw because of the objections of one of her friends). She did agree to return to our campsite the next morning and ferry Vickie across the Oregon Inlet bridge. She also promised to bring breakfast. As promised and ...
... the Atlantic coast. It's situated on the center of a large and continuous stretch of beach in northeastern South Carolina known as the Grand Strand. Myrtle Beach is considered to be a major tourist destination in the Southeast, attracting an estimated 14 million visitors each summer. With more than 100 golf courses, Myrtle Beach is an obvious destination for golfers; more than 3.4 million rounds are played here each year.
From Myrtle Beach, we ...