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March 27, 2007


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I loved your post and totally agree about the feeling when you top the bridge and see Hatteras Island spread out before you :) That's similar to the feeling when my feet touch the sand and hear the waves crashing on the shore :)I checked the Save the Bridge website, awesome info. You don't have any insights or website links for information about the building of Route 12 on Hatteras Island do you? If so, I'd love the details.

Nikki Leigh

I don't, but I'll bet Bill does. Click on the link to his site in the post above, or try this:

He lives down there and is quite mindfull of the Outer Banks specialness. I just visit a few times each year.

Thanks for the kind words!

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