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Published on Apr 5, 2010
To say goodbye to Winter and welcome in the Spring, Ladybug and I paddled from Harkers Island over to South Core Banks and spent the night at the foot of the light at the edge of the world. We could not have asked for a more beautiful weekend. A gentle breeze accompanied us as we rode the ebb tide out to the banks past seagulls and brown pelicans. We paddled alongside the wild horses as they swam through the channel and grazed in the salt marsh. Under the vigilant eye of Orion we drifted to sleep as the tide ran its course. The great Lookout sentinel by the sea winked its eye to warn weary mariners of dangers that lurked under the rolling waves. At the break of the new day we struck the tent and paddle the slack waters back through the marshes. We landed on the bar and walked across with our kayaks in tow until the flood tide again carried us back to Shell Point. There is a healing power to waters that one can never really describe to others who have never experienced it. Come my friends and shed your worries. Immerse yourself in the comforting waters and refresh your soul.