Approaching Ocracoke on the ferry. $15 for the 2 1/2 hour trip. Cheap.
Teeter's Campground, the place to stay. He takes your reservation over the phone with no info required but your name and only takes cash or a check when you arrive or leave. His grandparents gave the land for the British Cemetery which is at the beginning of the block. Southern manners.
Every night the ducks waddle in to sleep.
Fried green tomatoes.
Across the street from the campground above and below.
The best deal going and very friendly also.
Leaving the dock on the ferry back with another injury to my left foot after one last year. I believe they must be from a bad injury I had sliding into home with steel cleats in high school. Strange that it has waited this long to reoccur.
Our backyard in Cape Carteret
The summers here remind me of Vietnam, but much cooler and delightful.