The Outer Banks – Part 3

To celebrate my dear cousin’s birthday, we took a trip to Roanoke Island. What’s so special about this island, you ask? Roanoke Island is home to one of the biggest mysteries in history, according to my uncle. Picture this- the first English settlers arrive on US soil. The first English child is born. A man […]

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Quality Versus Quantity in Port Clyde

I underestimated the distance between New Jersey and Maine. Eight hours there and back. The drive for the first four hours wasn’t that bad but then we hit traffic. In some areas, I could have walked faster. We did stop every now and then to pee and get gas (and to keep our sanity). On the way to the […]

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Kayaking Reminds Me of Karate

Don’t ask me why, it just does. Until a few weeks ago, I had never been kayaking. I’ve been on fishing boats and went white water rafting when I was younger, but that was the extent of my sea adventures. Fortunately for me, the Mike lives near a lake AND has two kayaks. Score! Before we […]

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