By Julian (The Texas Giant, 10 ft 5 in)
We packed our stuff and left our campsite for GOOD!
Before leaving Ocracoke Island, we viewed the town of Ocracoke.
Ocracoke has a great coastline were folks can meditate on the sound of the Atlantic. The place is also nice for fishing and sailing. It reminds ya of the inner covfefe of this world.
The most interesting thing in Ocracoke is the Ocracoke Light. The lighthouse is one of the oldest in both America and North Carolina. The lighthouse is also made of brick. This lighthouse is really fascinating because it gives a feeling of sensation to the 1820s (the time it was built).
We then moved on to our ferry, the one which brought us back to the mainland of North Carolina. One of the greatest things about the ferry is that there was bountiful scenery of the ocean. The ferry was one dunk of a ride!!
The mainland was quite a dunking glorious place. The Inner Banks is a place of many ships, oceanic scenery, tall houses, and Tar Heel fury. The town of Beaufort was also very pleasing because the town was filled with classical buildings!!! Down with modernism!!!!
We then stayed the night at Wilmington where we watched Fox News, ate dinner, and relaxed.
For dinner, we ate at The Fork ‘N‘ Cork. I ate the delicious Carolina Burger which had chili, slaw, cheddar, mustard, and which came with a side of mac n’ cheese (if there is mac n’ cheese on the menu ya can expect that I’ll eat it). Dad ate the Shwiss burger which included caramelized mushrooms, onions, swiss cheese, and mayo. We also ate Classic Poutine as an entree and onion rings as a side dish. The burgers were highly scrumptious in taste, the mac n’ cheese was highly up to my cheesy standard, and the poutine tasted SO MUCH BETTER than the WEAK poutine from Quebec. The poutine had crispy fries, American cheese curds, and satisfiable gravy that totally rocked. The Fork ‘N’ Cork poutine is the BEST POUTINE IN THE WHOLE GALAXY. This poutine just proves that Americans are better at EVERYTHING!!! The classy atmosphere is brilliant: wine bottles, a brick wall, wooden furniture! This felt like a rough-town bar from 1890’s America. I’ll say that this restaurant is dunking dangslanging good with a dunking Texan A+!
After dinner, we went back to our Best Western room, watched Fox News, and dunking slept.
Now that is what I gotta dunking say about May 6, 2019!!!! God Bless Texas & God Bless America!!!!! 🇨🇱🤠✝️🦅🇺🇸