I am a local to North Carolina. I was born and raised here. Hurricanes are a way of life for many who live along the coast. It is strange to put on to paper the type of “auto pilot mode” locals go in to when a hurricane is forecast to hit our area. I almost have a hard time describing it as the atmosphere changes. The conversations about what are important change. This is my small contribution to conversation about Hurricane Florence.
Know any of these parks in North Carolina? If so, I need your help! In this book update, find out why 17 parks were cut from the list of Lost Amusement Parks of North Carolina and which ones fit the description. Plus, I need your help!
Exciting news coming from George over at ImagiNERDing.com! George needs your help and he is here to tell you all about this exciting announcement and how you can help. What kind of help? Click here to read more and find out.
During one of the last weekends of October my family and I headed out to downtown Wilmington, NC to checkout the Arctic Sunrise. The ship docked along the Cape Fear River in downtown Wilmington as part of the Atlantic Coast Ship Tour. This was a once in a lifetime experience that I got to share with my family and wanted to share more information about the ship and its cause with you.
The state’s 42nd annual gathering of shell collectors, exhibitors and enthusiasts returns to Cape Fear Museum of History and Science October 14 and 15, 2017.
On September 23, 2017, Carolina Blogging members from across the states met at Odom Farming Company Inc in Goldsboro, North Carolina to support the farm on their opening day of “Fall on the Farm”. Here are a few highlights from the meet & greet.