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Travel Blogs from Kill Devil Hills
... I headed down the beach to join the others. The girls were swimming, Gail & Jeff sunning.
The weather was back to normal but the waves weren't. We had to be cautious when swimming.
We came back to the room just as the sun was setting, showered, and set ourselves up on the balcony to listen to the waves and music, chat and have a few beers. God this life is hard to take.
Gail took me down to see the sand dunes where they do the hang gliding. It's not happening today coz the alert is still in place. We have been told Arthur is gonna hit around 2 am and it's gonna be a direct hit.
We went to the Wright Bros memorial but they have closed it due to conditions - bugga.
So we went to an oyster bar called Awful Arthur's and yes it's just ...
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 ...
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. ...