Outer Banks Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... free chips so she asked for fresh corn tortillas and explained why. The waiter said he would have the kitchen cook them up on the grill and get them nice and crispy for her. Shortly thereafter, here came a plate of nicely crisped corn tortillas and a separate bowl for salsa. Cool! Cheryl really liked them, but not as much as chips.
Our meals came and they passed the first two tests. They looked good and they smelled good. Test number three was ...
... they could not find the 15 people left behind in 1585. This time there was hostilities with the Algonquins and things weren't so good. Again the ships returned to England for more supplies but were delayed in returning because of a war between England and Spain. By the time the ships got back in 1590, the entire group of colonists disappeared. Sir Walter Raleigh never accompanied any of these voyages.
Tues Sept 24--today is ...
... of us, we were constantly being sand blasted. So we didn't stay too long. We even tried sitting on the dunes and acting like seagulls who were clustered on the next dune over in the lee of the dune, out of the wind. Didn't work for us. So pull in the kites and pack them up and tromp back out to the car. The park has a shower to rinse off sand and I had to wash my face before I could even get to the ...
... ever moved as it had to be relocated due to rising waters near its original location. I was disappointed to find that the lighthouse was not located along a shore anymore. It ruined my hopes for the quintessential lighthouse photo, but I had come so far I took a number of shots anyway.
Upon my return to Kitty Hawk, I stopped for dinner at the Rundown Cafe. A spot the locals all seem to really like. I had fried calamari ...
... into Peace Corps buddy Tim Jones as well as UNC pal Joe Matelis with his wife Jessica. Here we are on Ocracoake Island. I was lucky enough to get over to Chapel Hill for a day to see the Joyners (Dr. Ben and his wife Becka) at their fat RTP pad. Of course no trip is complete without a visit to campus. My cousin Joe and I were able to climb Old Rag (VA/DC) at the end of ...