Shutters on the Banks
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The next morning, Sunday August 3rd, we awoke to rain, so we were pleased to take advantage of eating at the pancake breakfast served by the camp staff and not having to cook in the rain. We ventured back to Charleston to join a city tour. Our first stop on the tour was Fort Sumter. We boarded the ferry to the fort after a quick look at the displays in the visitors' center. The fort is famous in American history as being the ...
... They definitely had the name first, but of course, they had to make a special cocktail in honour of the name. They were really good too!
The waves and wind and clouds are building. The waves don't look much but compared to what they were when we were swimming, they are BIG.
The news crews have arrived.
Hi - I'm Chris. I'm a photographer/filmmaker from the Outer Banks of North Carolina and for those of you who know me, you already know this, and for those of you who don't: I really love traveling.
I could go on for a very long time about why, but instead I'd prefer to start off by saying I love it so much that I've put a lot of time and effort into setting up a lifestyle that would allow me to do it somewhat freely and regularly. This, to ...
... It stands 150 feet high, and has a first-order Fresnel lens.
Cape Hatteras Light, the tallest in the US, stands 208 feet. It also had a first order lens. The original lens was removed by retreating Confederate soldiers to keep it out of the hands of the Union. In 1999 the light was moved 1/2 mile inland because of coastal erosion, a project that took 23 days.
We had to take a short ferry ride (in the Honda, no bus) to ...
... blunder, the Parks Service have done a cover-up, and as they own the land, that's the end of the matter for now. .....and on we drove, to Kill Devil's Hill and Kitty Hawk. Once miles of uninterrupted soft sand by the sea, this is now some distance from the water and thoroughly developed. At a modest visitor centre, a self-important Park Ranger spoke to us very fast and officiously about ...