Cape Pines Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... on the ferry to Ocracoke, so that means we have to back track & drive the long way round!! The season has definitely ended down here, most businesses are already closed & we had a hard time finding anywhere for lunch. As you can see from the photos it's a gorgeous place & we're glad we came to check it out. It's was too windy & cool to sit out for too long, otherwise this would have been the perfect place to hang out for a while!!
... area. The owl was along the beach near the dunes in between the 44 and 45 beach access ramps. We headed to the beach and started looking. We weren’t having any luck and saw someone walking their dogs towards the shore and suspected the dogs spooked the owl. We met several other people on the beach who were also looking for the owl, but none of us were having luck. Walking up and down and ...
... around town and had lunch under the shade of some big trees. We spent the rest of the day on the beach.... Playing in the water. David walked down the beach to check out the section of beach that had been cordoned off.... as the turtle's are nesting at this time of year, could see the turtle tracks up to the nest of eggs (well least that's what we think is there) Took the ferry back and sat outside and chatted to a couple from ...
... on dunes that were his childhood playground. He decided that his ancestors, the Croatoan Indians, should not just be swept aside so wrote a book and set-up the Croatoan Archaeological Society......to find some facts.......much to the annoyance of the dunderheaded Government funded archaeologists and a group of devious genealogists. Having dug through a lot sand dune we found a juicy midden deposit over the whole site. This was full of shells, sealing a thick, ...
... I did. On May 21st, at a beautiful bed and breakfast on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, we celebrated our commitment to each other.
Okay, you might be saying, I get the importance of the marriage bit. But how is visiting your twentieth country even remotely in the same vicinity as marriage? How are traveling and developing strong, loving relationships at all related? To begin with, I've actually found that the two have a lot in ...