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Wednesday, October 30, 2013

This is what Becky and I are striving for.......


Yesterday, we could have taken the easier route and continued on the intercostal waterway. Instead we took a route that had more challenges and we were rewarded by two things, missing traveling in bad weather for for 35 miles and finding a tiny island called Ocracoke.  This island, located 15 nautical miles south of Cape Hatteras, which is part of the outer barrier islands. Has a population of 900 residents and has a beach that stretches 9 miles. As we were traveling south suprisingly none of the other boats we saw took the left towards the outerbanks. This little island is what Beck and I are striving for, not another soul can be found......I'm glad the other boats kept going!


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