The Anchorage Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... space underneath the home & no basement. I bet they can't get flood insurance here!! Oct 30, 2012 Hurricane Sandy swept through this area & caused millions in damage, but to look at this area today you would never know it!
There is a ferry from Cape Hatteras to the next island, Ocracoke, then another back to the mainland & we would have loved to have done that route. To bad the small ferry only takes cars, ...
... we felt safe. however , it rained for the next 48 hours so we spent a couple of days in the rig. on the third day, we dried out. randi went to te laudromat, and i took everything outside to dry off, including our foam mattress cover. and we did learn that the road from hatteras back up north was closed after we got across it.
so now we are ready to move back onto the mainland and continue southward.
... out to one of our favorite restaurants, the Back Porch. It was here, in 2010, that I proposed to Jen during dinner. I remember it well. I had carried around the stained glass necklace for our entire road trip just waiting for the right moment. We had been standing over beautiful mountain vistas and hiking through rugged forest trails just days before but nothing seemed right. And...we were getting closer and closer to being home. But Ocracoke felt ...
Boy does Bill talk. I think I am too quiet for him. It is very entertaining when he gets going.
in Manteo we were 2 minutes walk away from the town which has one restaurant in it and on the walk he stopped to ask some random person for a restaurant recommendation.
15 minutes later we are still standing there chatting about restaurants when we could have been inside 14 minutes ago. Great fun though when he is in full flow.
... the island are built on pilings to lift them off the ground. Flooding is a risk during both hurricanes and large storms. We hope to encounter neither.
As we chug across the Atlantic Ocean and approach the island, we spot the Ocrakoke Island Lighthouse, built in 1823. The 75-foot-tall lighthouse, which cost $11,359 to build, is the oldest North Carolina lighthouse still in continuous service. Its current light apparatus has 8,000 candlepower, ...