William and Garland Motel
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... I'm beginning to think this mustache is a little more unique than I realized!
I stayed at the house hanging out with our grandkids Ethan (18), Noah (13) and Maddie (7), and catching up with our beautiful daughter in law, Kristie. We took Noah to golf practice and I was thrilled to see how quickly he’s picked up the game. Guess you could say he’s a natural, just like Shawn. At the end of practice, his instructor told him ...
... some information on the area. We were unfortunately informed that the ferry was only taking residence that lived on the island and the southern Outerbanks were completely closed for through travel. This was kind of a bummer, but we decided to enjoy our time at one of the only parks that was open while we were here. Jockey Ridge had huge dunes to climb and was on the Pamlico Sound side of the OBX. They had a hang-gliding class in the park, as it was a ...
... about that :-). I forgot to mention yesterday we saw dolphins twice I didn't get a picture but it was pretty cool to see, they play along the boat really close but they are fast!
Sitting here this morning admiring all these big yachts and 3 crew members of our neighbor come out and start cleaning...hmmm...I want those :-)
We had a visitor this morning, this bird was watching the fish looking for his breakfast and he was fast popped his ...
... It was agreed though that they would not be pronounced the same and there you go!!
Our first stop was to the visitors center to find out what to do in one day. We met Sandy, Sandy and Cindy there. Wow, three Sandy's in one room - danger!!! Three great ladies that were so excited about their city and gave us some great hints. We first headed to the Old Burying Ground, just a quick walk around the ...
... local beaches. I've surprisingly never been to the outer banks so I found the closest I could get to it with wild horses to boot. SHACKLEFORD BANKS and CAPE LOOKOUT. In order to get to those Islands, we had to take a ferry. Looking at the map, I saw that Harkers Island was the closest. So without doing many lodging reviews, we headed there. ...