William and Garland Motel
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We were here once back in 2006 when we were shopping for a trawler. Happy to say the town has revived itself and the waterfront is thriving with dining and shopping.
We are staying at the Town Creek Marina. Which is a hike to town due to construction of a new bridge and road closures.
We have ...
Good day from New Bern, the second oldest city in North Carolina. I'll start with some background and history about New Bern before I go any further.
New Bern was settled in 1710 by Swiss and Palatine immigrants led by Christoph von Graffenreid. They named the settlement after Bern, the capital of Switzerland. But long before the Europeans arrived, the Tuscarora Indians also lived along New Bern's riverbanks in a village they called Chattoka.
... Fireflies have dedicated light organs that are located under their abdomens. The insects take in oxygen and, inside special cells, combine it with a substance called luciferin to produce light with almost no heat.
Firefly light is usually intermittent, and flashes in patterns that are unique to each species. Each blinking pattern is an optical signal that helps fireflies find potential mates. Scientists are not sure how the insects ...
... compass heading to Oriental #1 for nearly four miles. Interestingly, we had a weird sort of sunset, visible over the surface fog. We would occasionally see lights from other vessels but they appeared and disappeared so quickly that no I.D. was possible. As predicted, Oriental #1 appeared just off our starboard bow and the other channel markers past Oriental Harbor were ticked off, one by one, as we passed them on the way to our slip at Gordon's condo. This ...
... 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. ...