Days Inn Wilmington Market Street
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... going to work. After talking with a local on the radio we pulled into the Provision Company docks. Free overnight if you dine at their place.
Worked out well since they had the best shrimp around; that was an easy lunch and dinner stop.
town is easy to walk in an afternoon. Which we did during my 2 hour long lunch break.
Carolina Beach has 10 city moorings for $20/nt. And 2 dinghy docks to choose for landing.
this was a fun stop; our daily ritual would be heading into town early mornings and do our recon walks. Then on my lunch hours we head to the beach for walking and swimming. We met some nice folks here and everyone ...
In North Carolina we stayed in the lovely town of Wilmington which is situated on Cape Fear River. The surrounding estuaries and tidal lagoons team with lovely wildlife and the town itself is home to the Museum of Bizarre which Bella and Freddie loved. See pictures. Next brief stop Williamsburg ...
... a couple of miles the road starts to get more leafy, the trees start to gather Spanish Moss and the humidity starts to really take its toll. We pass old Methodist Chapels built in that southern American grandeur, beautiful homes with seats on the front verandas and many signs telling the stories of daring do and extolling the heroism of the locals in the civil war past. We reach the town of Wilmington and it seems very nice but ...
... rod holders, specific area for king fishing. In winter this area has a population of less than 4000 which swells to 50,000 with summer visitors. It has a lovely relaxed feel - lots of three storied holiday homes and a few condominiums but no high rise buildings or hotels. There are still some of the original mobile holiday homes in the area. We enjoyed the surprisingly warm water - no photos of that as us in togs/bathers is a sight best not published. Swansboro is a quaint ...