Mid-winter hike along the White Oak

We have enjoyed the little park off of the VFW Road in Cedar Point since we started spending time in the area. The other day we miraculously had some extra time on our hands and decided to go for a hike. We enjoyed it so much that we headed back the next day. The trails are absolutely outstanding. The weather this week through Sunday January 27 has been great for hiking or any type of outdoor activity except maybe fishing since the fish don't seem to be biting. I did take some pictures of the Cedar Point Tideland Trail and stick then up on a website for everyone to enjoy. If you visit the site you'll see that the shorter loop trail is very accessible and in great shape. The footbridges that have been built are very impressive.

Today I managed to get in a bike ride and some hiking. The temperature approached sixty degrees Fahrenheit at our home in Bluewater Cove today so there won't be any complaints from me even as the weather gets cold this week. Actually I've written another article for Dropping Anchor. The article which I wrote a couple of week ago predicts some winter weather this week.

With some cooler weather on the way and my new job as a Realtor® working for Bluewater GMAC in Cape Carteret, I am spending a lot of time getting familiar with our listings. One of the listings that we visited on Emerald Isle recently has fantastic views.


The sound view from the top floor of one this Bluewater listings was absolutely stunning, and the ocean view was almost as good. I never get tired of the water views they seem to renew my soul each I catch one of these stunning Crystal Coast panoramas. I have a lot of listings to visit in the next weeks, so I'll probably have plenty of neat scenic views to share. It wasn't too many days ago that I took a stroll on the point at Emerald Isle. I also put up a website with some photos from there. Emerald Isle is a wonder spot, especially this time of year when the beaches are empty and the streets are uncrowded. I feel very lucky to live close enough to over on the island in ten minutes or so. You never know, one of these days, we might end up living on the island.