Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Part I

Our arrival was delayed by a couple of days after two storm systems merged and stalled off the East Coast less than a month after Hurricane Dorian blasted the Outer Banks.

Once Highway 12 reopened, allowing access to the Cape Point campground in Cape Hatteras National Seashore, we explored the area for close to two weeks.

There werenโ€™t many campers which made the experience that much more special. The sunsets, the sunrises, the flora, and fauna โ€“ everything combined to create indelible memories.



Seashore Level

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Sand Patterns

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Cannonball Jellyfish (Stomolophus meleagris)

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Driftwood Statue

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Lightning Whelk (Busycon perversum pulleyi) โ€“ I think. ๐Ÿ˜€

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Sand Drawings

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Family Affair

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Family Analogy

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Smilax laurifolia or Smilax bonanox

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Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Part II

Every day, Cape Hatteras blessed us with a new sunset and sunrise. ๐Ÿ˜€

Sunrise

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Sunset

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Sunset

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Sunset

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Sunrise

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Sunrise

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Sunset

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