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... too. After dinner we were sitting enjoying our campfire, when we heard our neighbors chatting in a language we didn't recognize. Jayne decided to walk over and ask where they were from. The group was made up of 3 couples and their 7 children from the Netherlands travelling in 3 large motor homes that they had rented in Philadelphia. They were travelling the Civil War trail to acquaint themselves and ...
... that I have been too. The length of it is almost 90 miles and we had 260 miles round trip to get there, so that could have been poor planning on our part. I did enjoy what I saw, but not in the heat. Better to be seen in September or October.
I would have liked to see all the lighthouses and the town of Rodanthe since I am a Nicholas Sparks fan.
Maybe next time.
... and acres. its really quite neat.
also next to us in kill devil hills is the wright brothers museum and the hill that the wright brothers made their first flight down. the first flight was in kill devil hills not kitty hawk. so we went to see the museum on october 1 but because the republicans had shut down the government, it was closed. what a shame. see if we vote for any republicans next time around (as if that ...
The beach road North had some wonderful open and sand dune beaches and some really commercialised ones too so we were choosy. We passed through small Towns of houses on stilts again as on the Gulf coast and then the road would wind a little inland showing us more of the Spring colours. The beauty of heading North at this time of year was that we were following Spring and witnessing it bursting through over and over. A really stunning feature was the Wisteria ...
... dunes were on either side of the road. It was not too windy but the sand was blowing across the road a little and it was just the most beautiful sight! I had seen this part of the road in “Nights of Rodanthe” and really felt like Richard Gere driving in his car to the Inn. Hopefully the pictures give you an idea about just how pretty it was driving along.
After Pea Island I made it to Rodanthe and found the house from “Nights in Rodanthe” which was ...