A Walk Among The Tombstones

Tuesday, the day after the non-hurricane hurricane, we spent the day at the Currituck Lighthouse in Corolla, NC. The lighthouse, finished in 1858, is on the National Register of Historic Places and it’s open for visitors to climb its 220 steps.

Unless there’s a fake pandemic, then you’re screwed.

So after finding out the lighthouse was closed, we toured the grounds. We walked over an historic bridge which leads to the Currituck Sound, checked out the Whalehead Club, which was built in the 1920’s, and learned the site was used for spotting German U-Boats during World War II…

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