Outer Banks Motel
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Lisa and I both love to fish at the coast. We go out to catch whatever is biting, but the fish of choice for this area is the elusive big Red Drum.
... our way back to the mainland, we stopped at Subway in Avon for a sandwich and then crossed the bridge back to the mainland. But we had one more stop to make in Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge before making the drive home. Despite my numerous trips to the Smokies and elsewhere in the mountains, I have never seen a black bear in the wild. Fortunately, a bear sighting during a visit ...
... you forever. His battle is over. No more pain. We will never forget the fabulous time we had together here in the U.S.A. Especially the ride through the Black Hills of South Dakota on the Harleys. Absolutely stunning sunset here this evening.
Checked out one of the lighthouses at Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Lighthouse was relocated, not too far from original spot, 14 years ago, due to shifting sands. Pics of rock carvings of the early ...
... that was torpedoed by a German submarine on May 11, 1942 are buried.
We had planned on taking a "sunset" cruise on a sailboat, The Windfall II, with Captain Ron. Since it didn't look like we would have much of a sunset, Capt. Ron suggested an earlier sailing. That was OK with us as ...
... we caught between 40 of us.......two sea bass. Craig and family (US friends from their Cheltenham days) have joined us for the week and he managed to hook one of them. Had it been bigger and in season we could have shared it for tea. Tea instead was a fishy feast from the fishmonger.......with birthday cake made by Alicia. What a splendid ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOuter Banks Motel Buxton
This is an ok place to stay for a short trip. We usually rent a house for a stay longer than 4 days. Houses are cheaper than hotels if you stay long enough.
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