Golden Strand By Evrentals
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Washed the boat, ate prime rib and visited with other cruisers headed south. Tomoorrow is a long day. We are going to try to make an 85 mile run. No viable place to stop in the Alligator River. Sole marina doesn't have enough depth for us to use it. No other options other than anchoring out and we don't want to have to do that. We'll see how that works out.
When people hear about my adventures they often ask the same question of how I afford it. Those same people are usually pretty baffled to learn that, no, I am not rich and, yes, saving enough money for an awesome trip isn't actually all that difficult. You'd be very surprised the little things you can pass up on over a one year span that would result in a small savings you can travel with. Maybe not three weeks in Paris but certainly ten days ...
... the day. Sun going down, beautiful bridge and gazebo. Curiosity leads me into a tent - it's for the wedding planning event. Make up lies and take pictures. Keep going north.Turn around wear the road ends, at least the paved on. Road on the sand begins, yawning between dunes, waves bursting towards it, 4-wheel drive vehicles - Jeeps and trucks - coming and going. I turn around, head back, reviewing the places I noted ...
there was a local fish market around the corner from our campsite and we bought crab and a wonderful fish soup and brought it back to our campsite. our campsite is actually in collington which looks like a working class neighborhood. the boats go out the canal next to us a couple of times a day to check their crab traps. we love it here. off we go to the southern tip of the outer banks.
... come true…I have waited years to see that house on my movie locations quest. Also, just to see all the houses on the beach was just so pretty…I really loved driving through these parts. There was evidence of Superstorm Sandy here, with wood and rubbish piled outside some houses and machinery building sand dune walls back up that must have shifted and fallen when it hit.
I then went through the same road right down to Cape Hatteras where the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is. ...