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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.
... is the second-oldest colonial town in North Carolina and was the capital of the North Carolina colonial government. For a short period of time it was also the state capital. Given its picturesque setting and growing political prestige, New Bern quickly became known as "the Athens of the South."
Because the town was occupied by Union forces for nearly the entire Civil War, it escaped the usual damage that many cities suffered during this war. ...
... We kept on the 31 until it connected to the 17 north again and before we realized it, we were in North Carolina. The scenery remained about the same, and as it has been elsewhere, the 17 is a beautiful road to travel. It started out as a six lane road, then when to four lanes and now it was just a nice two lane road. It passed through a few small towns and the speed limit dropped to 45, or sometimes 35, but it was for short periods and then it went ...
... bought some firewood and a piece of remarkable drift wood for my dad who carves old man faces in them. That night Kelsey cooked camp tacos. We had pinto bean, tomato, onion, mushroom, green pepper and kale tacos…yah we eat good! The next stop is a laundromat and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. We can’t wait to see what the next piece of our adventure brings. Thanks for keeping up with us. We will see you at the beach. Wishing YA’LL the best. Blake and ...
... not found anything we liked within our budget. As expected, if we want water views, we have to pay the price. I think the part I have enjoyed the most is the wide open view across the Atlantic. Walking the beach front every day has been relaxing but a workout. We walk in about calf-deep to thigh-deep water anchoring our steps as the waves crash into us. Our legs are sore by the time we are done. While the water is ...