It is the final HUGE week end for the summer visitors on Topsail Island. Both Kathy and I noted yesterday that the ICWW was sidewallk to sidewalk with boaters. The weather is hot, humid and perfectly suited to a day on the water, lazily making your way to the marina in Surf City, or down to Bluewater for a leisurely lunch. The "ditch" is coastal North Carolina's liquid interstate highway, providing ingress and egress to the myriad water based communities along its length. One of the super parts of living where we do is that we can watch the tugboats manuevering their barges, and the occasional cruise ship navigating the sometimes tricky waters. Many a livelihood is made on bays, sounds, channels, inlets and and the ICWW, furnishing some of the best seafood ever tasted. The Stump Sound oyster for example, is quite possibly one of the sweetest I have ever tasted. I've mentioned several times over the past few posts that Topsail Island is at her best in the fall. Come go coastal in North Carolina!
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