The lake at Trinity.
On Good Friday it's time for a last look at the courtyard at Trinity.
1904 Centenary Methodist, New Bern NC. The congregation dates from 1722, making this the oldest Methodist organization in the stat…
Street scene in New Bern. You'd have thought the Road Scholar people would have known where the public toilets were. You'd have be…
All aboard for the bus tour. This turned out to be better than expected.
Bishop Strange. Bet he turned a few heads in his day.
View of the housing at Trinity. Each cluster had 8 to 12 rooms; the entry door to the right led to two rooms.
Steeple envy never really caught on here.
After two days driving in heavy rain squalls I arrived Saturday evening in downtown Wilmington NC.
Captain (with microphone) and owner keep watch and tell the tales.
An egret walks the shoreline of the west channel.
It's abandoned, about to be salvaged.
How not to park your boat.
A big expensive house is still getting repaired.
A largish 'yacht' motors past. Apparently the local sport is to see if you can shake up the people on the pontoon boat.
Ruins of a house, on an island in the White Oak River, north of Swansboro.
Hurricane Florence rearranged the Ice House restaurant - no blg loss in my estimation.
On the boat tour, a view of the just repainted Capt. Phillips shrimp boat.
Relaxation before lunch.
This damaged hulk was built in 1896 as the Baptist church, but they dissipated.
Lady Swan boat, the vessel to be used for the afternoon tour.