Core Creek Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it was really humid! The ocean was nice and warm (unlike the chilly Pacific) and Maddie kept me busy making castles and wave jumping. Up, down, up, down….it made me think of the two little ones at home, who I miss terribly.
Shawn is not a fan of the ocean, so when we gave him the low down on our day, confirming no shark sightings, jellyfish stings or sunburns he was happy. I think the worst thing that did happen was a ...
Due to Hurricane Arthur, the Outerbanks (OBX as everyone refers to it here) was not what we hoped it to be. I had no idea what to expect traveling to the region for the first time. For those of you who have little inclination of what the Outerbanks are, it is one major highway (HW 12), which runs for roughly 100 miles down the eastern coast of North Carolina. It is separated from the state by a series of capes and islands. The highway is only navigable by bridges ...
... and snatched up a fish just like that...then he walked gracefully off the dock.
We left the dock at 11 after a trip to the grocery store and refueling. I have to tell you about the courtesy car it was a 1995 Buick station wagon, what a gem (see picture ) :-). The further south we get the more "how ya all doing " we get I love the South everyone is super friendly.
Our travel day was slow and an easy pace, we had to wait for a couple ...
... the damage was extensive. Some homes totally gone, others severely damaged, some with the blue tarps still on the roofs, and lots of debris piled up along the side of the road. It's so amazing to see such devastation and to have it in such a slim area. We were told it wasn't a tornado, but the winds had to be upwards of 90 mph or more. This was one of the nicest campgrounds inside of a yacht basin. We saw ...
... during WWII as a deterrent to German U-boats who preyed on U.S. ships in the area. Not too many tourists around so I had a private tour by a park volunteer. The park also provided access to the Atlantic from the other side of the island. Sandy beach, work in progress to stabilize the beach with huge metal cylinders. The weather was threatening and I headed back to the campground by early evening. Thunderstorms, wind all night but the ground is sandy so no flooding ...