Outer Banks Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... nicest evening we have had here so we stayed outside to eat. When we were done we headed to the little gift shop next to the park and Cheryl picked up a couple of gifts. I went in and got an ice cream cone for dessert. I detected quite an accent on the cashier and I asked her where she was from. She said she was from here, with a smirk on her face, knowing that wasn’t what I meant. She finally admitted to being from Macedonia. That, by the way, ...
... did I mention that ALL these lighthouses charge to climb to the top and appears to be their revenue maker). In the parking lot we found some old Model T’s that had made it from Maryland. I guess their escort was the DeSoto since it was newer. We went to the dock to have a snack and saw the Whalehead Club house which is testament to the adventurous rich that use to visit here for the great hunting grounds for small game and water fowl (hence the city ...
... the bleu cheese burger. Lots of food and great fries. The owner, who hails from northern PA, was kind enough to take our picture in front of the place. Nice guy, cool place, good food. What more can I...?
We took off from Mel's and put the Wright Brothers National Memorial in the Hussey's brain. She did a decent job of taking us directly there. One thing about the Outer Bank is obvious... Wind. It was blowing about twenty ...
... her own and played with the twins in our pool all week long. She even swam by herself when we went to the big pool at the YMCA!
Another first she had was she played putt-putt with everyone. Once she figured out how to hold her putter she did pretty good. At least she did better than her mother!
On the last night of our trip she rode in a go-kart for the first time. When we were in line she was saying, ...
... did both). That evening we brought the fireworks that Ethan had purchased to the beach to set off. As we crested the dunes we were astonished to see little bonfires up and down the otherwise isolated beach. Perhaps, there were a dozen of them within the realm of sight. After we set off our few "fountains", we enjoyed the ambiance of the night sky and the peaceful little fires as there so few places left that you can do this. ...