Bluff Shoal Motel
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... enjoying the food, I am struggling. What I would give for an unadulterated prawn or grilled piece of fish. Everything is deep fried or swimming in butter. I would love a good piece of sourdough. Bread here is to be avoided - a sweetened and tasteless piece of cardboard.
We are heading south to the southern end of The Outer Banks. I have been fascinated by this area for years - tales of pirates and shipwrecks; images of lighthouses and the subject of romantic novels. ...
... only an hour an a half into the day - yes, that made it 1:30 am. It then took around 6 - 7 hours to reach the ferry, where we waited for 20 minutes to get on. We ended up arriving at Ocracoke at around 9.30 am. Because we had arrived so early, we stopped for breakfast, as is tradition on the way to the holiday house. The house was situated along one of the canals that are on the Island which was really cool because it meant that we could go kayaking right outside ...
... 3rd 200ft/15secs & finally 4th 852ft/59secs. Can you imagine the celebration!!
They have reconstructed a hanger & workshop/living quarters where they spent a great deal of time repairing & fine tuning their inventions. The actual Monument to the brothers is situated on top of Kill Devil Hill, where they launched hundreds of glider flights that preceded the first powered flight. The Monument also has an airstrip for small ...
... of tourists in Ocracoke. I've included a video from the end of the show.
This is the third time we've been to Ocracoke...and I worry that the town being as small as it is will someday let us down. That we might wake up and find that we're bored by it. And perhaps that will happen, who knows. But for now, every minute we spend here reminds us just how wonderful this little village is. It's more than a vacation for us...and I like that feeling.
... that was torpedoed by a German submarine on May 11, 1942 are buried.
We had planned on taking a "sunset" cruise on a sailboat, The Windfall II, with Captain Ron. Since it didn't look like we would have much of a sunset, Capt. Ron suggested an earlier sailing. That was OK with us as ...