I had such a good time in Hatteras that the unfriendly WordPress editing screen is not bothering me today.
This entry was posted on September 2, 2013 by J Moser. It was filed under Uncategorized .
I’ve been trying to refrain from commenting since I feel I scare off others? There are crows at the beach, ehh? The Marlin, is it a replica monument of world record at Hatteras??? Very nice! (with out the crow).
September 3, 2013 at 8:01 pm
Comment at will, I don’t think anybody is scared. I doubt anybody is even there most of the time!
We found crows. I’m hoping for some copies of the shots my sister took of them… I think hers were the best. We were all on the lookout all week.
The marlin is a new addition to Route 12, and I’m not sure if it is meant to be a replica of the world record, which is in a case by the roadside and looks much larger. I wanted a photo of the “real” marlin, but never got there when the light was any good.
September 3, 2013 at 9:23 pm
Can’t wait to see!
No birds except the usual Thunderbird on our trip to Stony Man summit. I know I can’t do Old Rag but when you do. I’m counting on you capturing this.
“One of the great things about Old Rag in the fall is the ravens. They ride thermals up, over, and around the summit. They can provide hours of entertainment. On Saturday afternoon, we watched a remarkable sight: A couple of the ravens carried rocks in their claws. They tossed them into the air, then they dove, rolling over on their backs just in time, and caught the rocks in the air. They did this over and over until a hawk appeared. The ravens scattered, regrouped and then harassed the hawk until it went away.”
Our trip was like being at the Mall, you would have hated it. Met some nice folks and informative Ranger’s with a wealth of knowledge on history. BigK has a belly laugh story for you…………
September 3, 2013 at 11:08 pm
Sorry that last comment was me, I wasn’t signed in.
September 3, 2013 at 11:12 pm
You ask me what next and the answer is apparently mermaids :
September 8, 2013 at 9:02 am
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