The summer of 2013 has been spectacular along the strand of sand that stretches from Ocracoke Island through Carteret County. For more details click the link or the picture. #SOBX http://ow.ly/nK74N
Finding fish on the Carolina coast is not as easy as it used to be, but it is still fun #fishing http://ow.ly/nHfjo
Equilibrium on the river. The tides and winds cancel each other out. #kayaking #whiteoakriver http://ow.ly/ndKSR
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The best way to avoid morning traffic.
There are plenty of places you can go to find crowds on the beach and a hectic beach vacation. If you want to relax and enjoy reconnecting to the natural world, maybe you should visit the Crystal Coast where the beaches are family friendly and the crowds have room to spread out. Check out this link for more information or click on the beach picture.
Boating the week of the Fourth of July is a tradition on the Crystal Coast, but sometimes the tides and winds don’t cooperate. I produced this video for my friends who need a little taste of the water to keep them going. This video was taken as I crossed the Intracoastal Waterway and traveled back into the marshes by way to the channel that runs behind Huggins Island. You can see the area of the trip in the loop on this map. It is an exceptionally beautiful area where I always see some Great Egrets.