Ben worked on reading several emailed documents from the North Carolina archives regarding his Great Path Grant research. The documents handwritten in the 1780’s were difficult to read to say the least. Jane accomplished only writing the blog and completing book two of a 5 book series about WW2 in South America.
Near dusk we had a group of 7-8 deer visit our campsite. They were within 20 feet of our site. Most of them small We are near the end of the campground so they had come out of the woods. Always when we have camped here before we have had numerous racoons; but so far this year none.
Supper was flounder, shrimp and hush puppies along with slaw. Good day for getting the skillet out and frying since it was cool. We did not run the air-conditioner at all last night (Tuesday) and it was 61 upon rising.
There was still rain on WEDNESDAY morning but gradually it stopped and just remained overcast. The surf remains rough but perhaps if we continue to have no rain we can walk the short distance to the WIFI hotspot near the camp store for a little internet this afternoon. That means I can post this blog. Not much exciting happening but a very relaxing time away from everything. Certainly glad I packed some long sleeve shirts and my fleece jacket! I had been telling myself that when I got home from the beach I would be ready for fall....guess I am ready now!
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