The marshes along Raymond’s Gut are filled with life and it is easiest to understand the diversity of life we see here by thinking of the gut as a watery game trail leading to the White Oak River. Read more
The air temperature made it to 67F today. Can we actually call that winter? We might as well since we know that winter cannot be far away.
Life is not so bad in the salt marsh even in the winter http://ow.ly/H79Qp
Here along the North Carolina coast, you can enjoy our coastal rivers even in December http://ow.ly/FKZlg
There is something really special about sliding your kayak into the water behind your house and enjoying the White Oak River #kayaking http://ow.ly/z6lFU
While we wait out this last taste of winter, there is still plenty to enjoy and think about here on the North Carolina coast. Click this link or the picture for more information.
The snow and ice are quickly disappearing along the North Carolina coast For more on our unusual weather, click the link or the picture. #crystalcoast #weather http://ow.ly/taIIY
Our frozen coastal gut in North Carolina is a sign of the cold weather that has plagued the east coast this winter. For more about life on the gut click the the picture or this link: http://ow.ly/sXnKD
If the cold weather is getting you down, try spending some time with 100 of my favorite images of North Carolina’s Crystal Coast. It is much harder than you think to come up with the best images of such a scenic area. That is specially true when you take over 40,000 pictures a year. Click this link or the image of the cover to sample our book. It is a Kindle book, but as this page explains, Kindle reader software works on anything.
What a great place for family and friends who have defined our lives. For more click the picture or this link http://ow.ly/rXcXY