Ocracoke Harbor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... bridge/tunnel which was built in 1960 and is 23 miles long. It is one of only ten bridge/tunnel systems in the world (and three are in this area) and it saves motorists 95 miles of driving. Of course there is a toll but at $15 we thought this cheap but as we use an ezpass we are yet to know whether it was twice that cost because of the caravan - still very reasonable and a great experience. There are two bridges, one in each direction and each has two lanes, which part ...
... This is where we think we've lost the first thing on our trip, because Esme's water bottle has seemed to vanish. So we've started the Carter "bread crumb" trail to Alaska. We'll keep you posted on when the next unintended bread crumb is dropped.
We're spending the night camping on Ocracoke Island. It's 96 degrees. We'll let you know how it ...
... 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 ...
... four ferries operating today the wait for the trip was nearly two hours. We took the time to walk around some shops and eateries near the slips until it was out time to depart. Oh yeah, I wanted to buy a kite in one of these shops but Jen said she, "Never understood the whole kite flying thing." Sad. Just sad.
The ferry ride was interesting on it's own. To begin, a tourist (yes I know I'm a tourist but anyone with fewer than 8 brain cells is a REAL tourist) decided ...
... been a joy to explore it. We paid our respects at the British Cemetery, toured the Williams home and learned more about life on the island during the 30's and 40's, ate fresh and delicious seafood and learned the meaning of Island Time. I have also enjoyed peeking in the shoppes at the treasures crafted by the local artists. All I can say is that it is a good thing that we are on bikes or the bank account would have taken a serious beating. I am writing this entry ...