Bald Head Island Limited
Travel Blogs from Bald Head Island
... my bicycle and went on a cruise down the tiny island strip of Carolina Beach, to Kure Beach, and stopped at an enticing "CAUTION AUXILIARY FIRING TODAY" banner along the side of my extra wide bike lane at historic Fort Fisher. This turned out to be a historic, confederate sand dune battle field zone. They were having a reenactment day- aka Sawdust day production, decked out in canvas tents, bearded men and women dressed in wool slacks, heavy coats, and long dresses ...
Erica, who I went to film school with, turns out to live in Wilmington, North Carolina, with her husband Matt. She invited (or rather, ordered) me to come and stay. Four and a half hours South of Lynchburg, it turned out to be the perfect spot.
They very kindly let me use their beach house, where I woke up to blue skies and a beautiful, bright sunrise the next morning. ...
2014 has begun and change is the theme! Having now lived on a 40' SeaRay Sedan Bridge for two years, I am ready for the next chapter of live and adventure. Florida is calling and today I have answered the call. Just established my domicile in Florida and now have lots to do to make ...
... wide and deep which will allow us to raise the sails and play around for a bit and get a good feel for how "Goose" handles under wind power. We will stay on bald head tomorrow evening and dine with coworkers and friends to celebrate our journey! Tomorrow "Goose" begins her migration ...
... massive selection of around 300 craft beers, they only serve domestic (Anheuser-Busch) one day a year, April 1st, bwahaha! They also fought to bring many craft beers in to the state of North Carolina when they helped change a state law that forbade any beer with an ABV over 6%. A couple of highlights were the Sculpin IPA from Ballast Point Brewing Co. and The Czar Russian Imperial Stout from Avery Brewing Co. The Sculpin had an ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility