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... we head South the bigger the homes are. Interesting spot around the. oceans Isle area the homes have water way roads, each house has a smaller boat and they face each other think of the block parties! (see pictures)
Stopped to fuel up at Cricket Cove marina nice smaller marina. So many jet skis it's insane, he said it's such a problem in the summer they don't obey the no wake at all! Lots of rental places around The nice dock man said nothing they can ...
... what need on the bridge so we pack that all up there (love my coffee bean bag for that), engine checks, I disconnect the power, we both do the lines and the skipper masterly pulls out of the marina. I pull in fenders and lines and away we go. Also when we come in to dock I'm no longer nervous find having a mid ship spring line ready for the dock hands is the best one to throw first then stern and last bow. Most times there are deck ...
Eastern North Carolina barbecue is unique as the BBQ sauce is made from a vinegar base with hot pepper. We stopped at a Smithfield BBQ restaurant for a pork barbecue lunch complete with hush puppies, cabbage slaw, and potato salad. Wilmington was established as a port city in 1739 and is also well known for its beaches. Jan and ...
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As I was leaving I talked with a woman from Delaware who stays there with her husband. He works there and she volunteers. They were planting all kinds of herbs, some veggies and flowers so campers could use and enjoy while there. Now really, how many times do you find that? I want to go back just to cook with their herbs. They spend the summer there and go back to Delaware for the winters. Bit ...
A specific moment must be mentioned. Bennette and myself...on an 4:45am sea turtle nest adventure had blue mugs of coffee (thanks aunt mary) and were jaunting up the beach much alike younger versions of Socrabtes and Aristurtle. Up the beach a few hundred yards, a group of people were gathered around an area near a previously scoped turtle nest. Upon spotting this scene, we immediately began sprinting up the beach with coffee mugs jostling up high, ...