We enjoyed our trip to the Wright Brothers National Memorial yesterday, despite the unceasing rain. It’s been 31 years since I last visited Kitty Hawk, where I was almost washed out to sea by the rip tide (dad saved me, thankfully).
The old 1950’s visitor center was going through renovations yesterday, so it was closed, but the gift shop in the temporary visitor center had 25% off spoons, which made up for it.
I picked up this spoon today at the gift shop at Cape Hatteras National Seashore, crossing another National Park off the bucket list.
The entrance to the parking lot was, like many parts of the road leading to Hatteras, partially flooded. We thought about turning around, but my brave son-in-law trudged past the sign warning of snakes in the water to make sure it wasn’t too deep to take the rental car through. The rental car was up to the task and my son-in-law escaped unbitten.
The Cape Hatteras Lighthouse was closed due to lightning strikes in the area, but we did get to go in the museum.
Happy 145th Birthday, Yellowstone National Park!