Best Places for Beach Camping in North Carolina. TOP 15
Best Places for Beach Camping in North Carolina. TOP 15: Carolina Beach State Park, Surf City Campground Topsail Beach, Atlantic Beach, Ocracoke Island Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Bald Head Island, Hammocks Beach State Park Swansboro, Lake Santeetlah, Lake James State Park, Shackleford Bank Harkers Island, Freeman Park Carolina Beach, Davidson River Campground Pisgah Forest, Kure Beach, Emerald Isle, Carova Beach, Jockey's Ridge State Park
Best Things To Do in New Bern, North Carolina NC
New Bern Travel Guide. MUST WATCH. Top 10 things you have to do in New Bern. We have sorted Tourist Attractions in New Bern for You. Discover New Bern as per the Traveler Resources given by our Travel Specialists. You will not miss any fun thing to do in New Bern.
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List of Best Things to do in New Bern, North Carolina (NC)
North Carolina History Center - Tryon Palace
New Bern Fireman's Museum
New Bern Historical Society Civil War Battlefield Park
Carolina Creations Fine Art & Contemporary Gallery
New Bern Riverfront Convention Center
New Bern Farmers Market
Island Creek Trail
Union Point Park
New Bern Academy Museum
NC Tourism and Visitors Information in Carteret County
A NC tourism and visitors information blog about the Carteret County NC communities of Morehead City, Beaufort, and Atlantic Beach.
A video of Emerald Isle, Pine Knoll Shores, and Harkers Island is coming soon.
This tourism video takes you through downtown Morehead City NC showing various places visitors can eat, shop, and play. It shows charter fishing boats, bars, dance clubs, and more.
The video also shows the community of Atlantic Beach NC shows the circle area and Fort Macon State Park.
The Beaufort NC portion of this video shows the downtown waterfront area of shopping, visitors information, restaurants, and docks.
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Welcome to the Crystal Coast of North Carolina
Tour the Crystal Coast from a different view. Take in the beauty of the Eastern Coast of North Carolina from the aerial perspective of a video drone. Sore above sailboats and cruise along the shore, take in sights as if you’re toes were in our sand. The amount of activities available to you are endless when you vacation here, take a kayak tour, go deep sea fishing, stand up paddle board, walk the streets of Downtown Beaufort, and relax in a coastal cottage home away from home. Vacation with Bluewater to find what Coastal Living’s really like.
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Beaufort NC - Things to Do - Activities - Attractions - Lodging - Restaurants
- Discounts from the Best Businesses at the Beach! - Beaufort NC - Things to Do - Activities - Attractions - Lodging - Restaurants
Easter Trip to Cape Lookout
Easter weekend of 2018, we made our way to the Core Islands of the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Cape Lookout is on the southern Island and is accessible by ferry only. If you have any questions about this location or suggestions on others, we'd love to hear them. Comment below! Please don't forget to subscribe!
North Carolina beautiful
Pictures and scenery of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Coast near Wilmington, NC
Thousands of Safety Violations Found in North Carolina
IN MEMORIAM: HAROLD C. CRESWELL, JR.
Harold C. Creswell, Jr., who retired from Haughton Elevator in Toledo, Ohio, in 1989 as vice president of Manufacturing, passed away on February 5 at the age of 84. Creswell was a U.S. Marine who fought in the Korean War. Despite lacking a high-school diploma, he worked his way up at Haughton from floor sweeper to the vice president position. He spent 38 years with the company, retiring after it had been acquired by Schindler and manufacturing moved from Toledo. Creswell is survived by his wife, Donnajean; sons, Jeff, Mike and Cris; daughters Susan and Cathy; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Northwest Ohio, Church of St. Andrew United Methodist or Faith Community United Church of Christ.
THOUSANDS OF ELEVATOR-SAFETY VIOLATIONS IN N.C. COUNTY
A Channel 9 Eyewitness News investigation of the nearly 5,000 elevators in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, where Charlotte is located, found thousands of elevators with at least one safety violation and several with issues so severe that the state threatened to shut them down. Further, emergency responders performed 325 rescues of entrapped passengers in the county in 2015. The state has six elevator inspectors, and each unit is inspected once a year before being issued a certificate of operation. Unsafe elevators do not receive certificates, the state inspector said.
CARLO GAVAZZI APPOINTS TRI-STATE SALES MANAGER
Carlo Gavazzi, Inc., has appointed David Benes Area Sales manager for Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee. Benes has extensive experience in the industrial automation industry, having worked with OEMs, distributors, systems integrators, panel shops and end users as both a manufacturer's representative and factory-direct liaison. The company noted that Benes brings both knowledge of the geographical area and appropriate skills to the Carlo Gavazzi team.
NFPA LAUNCHES FORUM
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) has launched NFPA Xchange™, a free online community. NFPA considers it the latest way to stay up to date on fire-protection-related codes and standards information. It allows users to search or browse information on topics ranging from fire-protection systems, electrical, building and life safety, emergency response and more. Content is submitted by both community users and NFPA staff and subject-matter experts. NFPA members can find additional benefits in an exclusive Members Only section of the forum.
Another Truck Repair and Shields RV Park
RV life and adventures with The Phoenix Ramblers : Life is still good. Things happen you just have to go with it. We love this old truck But.
Shackleford Banks Kayak Camping - Cape Lookout National Seashore
My wife and I spent the weekend kayak camping at the Cape Lookout National Seashore.
We drove down Saturday morning and launched at the Harker's Island Visitor Center. From there, it was a 4.9 mile paddle across to the Cape Lookout Lighthouse. We fired up the JetBoil and had lunch before making the rough crossing to Shackleford Banks.
We set up camp and soon had three of the ~120 feral horses on the island come visit. We weren't sure they'd let us in our tents when the sun went down, but fortunately, they slowly moved on.
We made the paddle back to Harker's Island early Sunday morning. It was a great quick trip!
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