The Tunnell Farmhouse

Address: 809 Main St, Swanquarter, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27885-9374, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 809 Main St, Swanquarter, is near Historic Albemarle Tour.
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        Travel Blogs from Swanquarter

        Day 1

        A travel blog entry by millertime2bike on May 16, 2014

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        First day of riding was 68 miles long after the "dipping of the back tire" in the Atlantic Ocean. Nags Head town Mayor came out to send us off, and I thought I even had a picture with him, but turns out the lady taking it took a video instead. Oh well!! Once all sand was washed off we were on our way to riding through first swampy part of NC. I am mildly...ok full blown... Scared to death of snakes, and on day 1 I saw three on side of road, and swerved into ...

        Day 3: The First Ride.

        A travel blog entry by breezer.hill on May 15, 2014

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        The day's ride was a 66-miler into Swanquarter, NC. We started off our morning with a cruise to the coast, where the Nags Head community had a special presentation for us, followed by pictures on the sand and our "wheel dip" into the Atlantic Ocean. I grabbed a sea shell to bring with me to donate to the Pacific once we arrive in 70 days. We rolled out as one giant group to start the day, ...

        Official Day 1 - 66ish miles

        A travel blog entry by alicoad on May 15, 2014

        4 comments, 8 photos

        5:00am wake up! We started the day early. We packed all our things, ate some breakfast and checked our bikes. We had group meetings. I'm trying this thing where I'll take selfies before, during and after each ride. See pictures attached (I'm typing this from my cell phone so I don't really know how this looks). We rode to the beach (an easy 2.-something ride) for ...

        Sunrise at Lake Mattamuskeet

        A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Nov 30, 2013

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        Sa**************ed out to eastern North Carolina for some wildlife photography. Chris was going out there and invited me to join him and Mel. It’s a three-hour drive from Raleigh and we wanted to make it there by sunrise, so that meant a very early morning. We left Raleigh at about 330 and headed east on US-64 and US-264 towards the coastal region, driving the entire way under darkness. Our first stop was ...

        A Beautiful Sunny Day

        A travel blog entry by mariah.ashenden on Sep 24, 2013

        27 photos

        ... We spent the majority of the day avoiding shoals & boating through the Canal so there wasn’t much true sailing to be done today. The area around us looked like a mini-Serengeti. Once out of the canal we had hopes to continue on towards Elizabeth City, but once we’d gotten to Grapevine Bay we realized that was a little optimistic. Had we continued we wouldn’t have ...