The Outer Banks
The REAL Post Pandemic Trip
and the remenants of Hurricane Sally
October 11, 2020 to
October 17, 2020
Start 39,257 - End 40,927 - 1670 miles
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It has been a long time! Did a bunch of stuff around the condo. Cut down the wooden high table to make it a low table. I fixed the kitchen clock and tide clock. The tide clock required I transfer the mechanism from the new case to the old as the old case had to be used. That entailed resetting all the many gears. Put in the PiWISHINGSTAR in the second bath cabinet. Fixed the second bedroom light. On and on and on.
Hurricane Paulette is way out in the Atlantic and moving away. It was nice enough to deposit a lot of sand on the beach. Made walking difficult due to soft sand, but the sand was appreciated.
An Odo wind gauge. I think one ear up is 10-15 and two is over 15.
Early morning visitors:
They keep working on the moved house:
Left early due to Hurricane Sandy coming up through Alabama and due to arrive over the Outer Banks as a tropical depression. Didn't want the rain and water.
Here is the PiRV which worked FANTASTIC!
Here are three pictures of my new cargo tray which really cleans up the interior:
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