The Burrus House Inn
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- Room service
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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His take on the day - he is a man of few words!
It was a wild night and the north easterly storm continues. There is so much sand in the air!
Her view of events:
It has not been a very comfortable day. The gale force winds (40 miles an hour) have blown sand everywhere - a heavy haze of sand hangs above the island. Reports suggest that the weather will get worse before it improves with the distinct possibility of a hurricane ...
... weather long enough to get unhooked without getting soaked. It wasn’t too bad. Cheryl followed in the Jeep and we made the quarter mile drive to the other park, which is called Camp Hatteras. I checked in and got our space number and direction and we headed to our new home for a couple days. Our space was much closer to the ocean than I expected and was a humongous camp site. There was at least 50-60 feet of space behind us and it was all grass. Our ...
... a rich neighborhood and plopped it on a beach. There are few houses I have seen that exude an inviting, relaxing atmosphere. The place reminds me of a toned down Virginia Beach, for the commercialism. Mashed with John's Island, by Charleston, for the residential. People seem to rush everywhere. They don't seem to enjoy it here. Why are you here? I'm here to slow down, take my time, enjoy myself. There's so many ...
Sunday morning was rainy and very windy, so we had a relaxing morning around the house. We ate breakfast and chatted with D for a while and then took showers. As lunch time came around, we headed off to Manteo on Roanoke Island and went to the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island. A very good activity for a rainy day at the beach. The wind was so strong, our car was actually getting blown crossing the bridge on the ...
... National Historic Site shows where they first flew their plane; and Hatteras (where the famous boat builder is from, and home of the Museum of the Graveyard of the. Atlantic.). More than 1500 ships were shipwrecked along the Outer Banks; as late as 2005 . Took a bike ride around Roanoke Island--saw Fort Raleigh where the ...