Shutters on the Banks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... centres, suburbs and farms are home to 17 million people.
This productive bay has mountainous oyster reefs and thick meadows of underwater grasses.
On leaving the Southern most tip we started across 22 miles (30 minutes) of road over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, going through 2 underwater tunnels and over 2 manmade islands.. (5 &1/2 acres each and thirty feet ...
... were gone. We never did see additional rain today. We walked to an area that had replica buildings that the brothers used as their base of operations while at this location. There were stone markers at the point at which their plane left the ground and the four landing spots they achieved. Future attempts that same day were dashed when a wind gust picked up the plane and damaged it severely on the fourth and final flight.
We then took a walk ...
... reading and watched some TV. We found that the cable service was rather intermittent and Cheryl was having a hard time with the Wi-Fi. So after about an hour we decided to check out the beach. We took Harley along with us so he could get his feet wet. The weather was quite cloudy but there was a nice breeze blowing. The beach access path was only about 200 feet from our spot. Just like the campground we stayed at near Myrtle Beach, there are dunes ...
When people hear about my adventures they often ask the same question of how I afford it. Those same people are usually pretty baffled to learn that, no, I am not rich and, yes, saving enough money for an awesome trip isn't actually all that difficult. You'd be very surprised the little things you can pass up on over a one year span that would result in a small savings you can travel with. Maybe not three weeks in Paris but certainly ten days ...
... Tyler load the boats back onto the trailer and talked for a while longer about kayaks and then said goodbye. We went back to Nags Head and had Mexican for lunch, then went to Jockey’s Ridge State Park. We spent a lot of the day sitting in the car and sitting in a kayak, so I wanted to get a hike in to stretch my legs. We hiked the Tracks in the Sand Trail over the dunes to the sound and back. The name ...