RFWH74: Travel Tuesdays, Exploring the Beaches in the Outer Banks, North Carolina

Episode 74

In this Travel Tuesdays episode, join us as we explore the Outer Banks of North Carolina. On the way from Asheville and Charlotte, we spend a night in Raleigh, then arrive in Rodanthe, just steps from the ocean. We share an overview of the Outer Banks for planning your own vacation, too.

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From this episode:
RV Resort: NC State Fairgrounds, Raleigh, NC
Podcast: RFWH47: Finding and Creating Joy, Dishing on #realfoodroadtrip, The Joy of Real Food, Following Life Changes and Following Your Dreams with Guests, Kristl and Rachel
RV Resort: Camp Hatteras, Rodanthe, NC
Sightseeing: Rodanthe, NC
Sightseeing: Rodanthe Pier, Rodanthe, NC
Sightseeing: Bodie Island Lighthouse
Sightseeing: Nags Head, NC
Shop: Fresh Market, Nags Head, NC
Sightseeing: Kill Devil Hills, NC
Sightseeing: Kitty Hawk, NC
Sightseeing: Wright Brothers National Memorial, Kill Devil Hills, NC
Sightseeing: Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, Buxton, NC
Sightseeing: The Lost Colony, Manteo, NC
Sightseeing: Elizabethan Gardens, Manteo, NC
Sightseeing: Ocracoke, NC
Sightseeing: Currituck, NC
Sightseeing: Wild Horses in Corolla, NC
Map: Outer Banks Map

 








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