Days Inn Havelock
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... a loaner car from the marina which is really nice.
We take the tender to the beach for swimming and I have been working all week.
Today at the marina they are hosting the King of the Cape Open king mackerel Tournament. Pro tournament is today, with a first place price of $20,000.
... a card and reached for my wallet. Uh oh. I guess I left it at home. Well, I guess cash will work.
We are also booked on a sunset sail with these same folks and she said that I could just wait until tonight to pay for both if that was easier. Sure thing. I will keep my cash for now. Man, I hope I remember my wallet later.
The bus was full before tour time so we took off a bit earlier than the 1:00 departure time. When I say full, it held about ...
... of nearly 150,000 people. The base generates almost $3 billion in commerce each year, coming from payrolls and contracts to support the structure required to train and equip the Marines.
OK, so I didn’t really know all that stuff, but I did get it directly from the USMC website, so it is as accurate as the Government wants it to be. Maybe some of you did some time here, not in the brig, but during training and know a lot more about it ...
... with the windows down, my shirt off, Kelsey’s feet out the window and some good tunes! The Outerbanks consisted of shops, restaurants, bars, and beach houses on stilts to be rented on both sides of the highway. Now that we were on the OBX, we needed to find out if the ferry to our campground on Ocracoke Island was functioning. We had been calling and calling with no answer to whether our campsite is even open. We pulled into Jockey Ridge State Park ...
... it to Bay River by 3:30pm. After 5 hours of being pushed around we had both had enough of the water & traveling; we just wanted a place to rest & anchor. Luckily we came upon a shrimp boat dock named RE Mayo Seafood. There were a few old shrimp boats tied up, but other than that the long stretch of dock seemed perfect for our 36 ft Cape Dory for the night. We kind of got an “O.K.” from local fishermen that we’d be alright ...