Colonial New Bern
A painted bear in an Admiral's uniform in front of the post office.
A nice alleyway garden in downtown New Bern with the city's colors flying.
New Bern City Hall
New Bern has numerous of these painted bears around the city. It reminds me of the bears from Berlin, although New Bern was settled by the Swiss&ellip;
A draw bridge over the mouth of the Trent River where it meets the Neuse River.
Tryon Palace, home to the Colonial Governor of North Carolina in the 1770's.
The Agrigarden of Tryon Palace. In Colonial America, even the Governor had to grow his own food to survive.
Beautiful gardens of Tryon Palace.
Tryon Palace, the Colonial Governor's Palace in the 1770's.
Beaufort, NC Morehead City, NC
The Beaufort waterfront.
Beaufort is a small town popular with tourists. The shopping district is a few blocks along the water. There are many boats sailing the narrow waterways and fishing along the marsh islands.
The North Carolina Maritime Museum, featuring a special exhibit on Black Beard, the most famous pirate from North Carolina's Outer Banks.
The Carolina Sounder.
A fort has stood on this spot on Beaufort Inlet since the 18th century. The current fort was built in the early 1800's in the aftermath of the War of 1812 and served as a battlesite in the Civil War.
A recreational beach in the Fort Macon State Park.
A view out to the NC State Port in Morehead City from Fort Macon.