A few days ago I just got back to my house from visiting my youngest nephew that lives in North Carolina,my mom,oldest nephew and me all drove up there together to suprise my nephew for his birthday,it was so much fun.when my nephew saw us he started crying,he was trying so hard not to,while we were there it snowed,the kids were having such a blast playing in the snow.It was such a blast.
The Outer Banks are a string of islands off the North Carolina coast. Karen and I ferried 27 miles across Pamlico Sound to Okracoke Island. This ferry ride was one of the highlights of our trip. We took the car on the boat. Birds glided overhead, and Karen spotted jellyfish swimming by. We spent the night on Okracoke.
The next morning, we headed up the islands. The deserted beaches were peaceful, and we collected shells. Crabs saw us and scurried to their holes in the sand. On Hatteras Island, we started up the black and white striped lighthouse. We backed down. Karen was pregnant. There had been a miscarriage in March, and I was taking no chances. On Bodie Island, we passed through towns whose fame had preceded them: Nag's Head and Kitty Hawk. At Kitty Hawk, we saw the spot where the Wright Brothers made the first flight in 1903. We crossed over to Roanoke Island, the site of Sir Walter Raleigh's Lost Colony, England's first attempt to settle in America. Our trip maintained a colonial flavor. In Virginia, we visited Williamsburg, that colony's capital in the 18th century. We passed through Virginia Beach and Richmond to loop back to I-40.
Jim Colyer "Girl Album" @ my home page
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