The Silver Lake Motel & Inn
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... wash through. We can't imagine being in one of the houses when that happens nor when the wind blows and the potential swaying begins. We decided to visit Ocracoke which is another island in the string but this required a ferry trip. The ferry took about thirty cars and took 40-45 minutes each way. No bookings are taken, first in first on but locals and vendors get priority. We joined the queue, and ended up having to wait close to two hours to get on but the ferries ...
... We pass tons of shopping of all kinds, many of the shops were just more outlets of the same chains, like Nagshead hammocks and a variety of souvenir and t-shirt shops. We saw some beautiful beach homes and stopped to take pictures of many of them. Some are huge and we were told can have as many as 15 bedrooms. Almost all had rental signs on them as well. We figure families must rent them out to offset the cost of ...
... showers and two slightly more civilized ones, but what can you expect for $18 x 2. Once again I am faced with trying to sleep in a place where the flies bite you.What the F is that all about, they seem to have a particular preference for English blood.
Tents erected we set out on foot to explore the small island. The preferred method of transport here are golf carts, but at $15 an hour and with all our cash already invested in ...
Could not get off the island due to massive winds today. Not the tornado they promised though but some pretty impressive winds. Apparently the storm is down in Florida and we are seeing the edges of it. It must be huge down there.
Just bumming around today with washing and walking.
Weather has been horizontal rain storms to bright ...
... I had visited the Wright Brothers museum when I was in grade school and wanted to see if much had changed. Nope, it's pretty much the same. It's still a WINDY, desolate area of sand and sand dunes. I still find it hard to believe that with that much wind, that the brothers actually needed a motor on their aircraft. After leaving Orville and Wilber behind in Kitty Hawk, we pressed on toward the bridge that I had dreading - the Oregon Inlet Bridge. The ...