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Opening in January, 1998, the N.C. Estuarium in Washington portrays the estuarine system created by the Pamlico River and Pamlico Sound. Exhibits pertain to fish and wildlife, ecosystems, human interaction with the estuary, and history.
Bellis discusses how the land surfaces of the North Carolina Coastal Plain were shaped over the eons by the flow of water and why Goose Creek State Park is an excellent place to view the transition zone between brackish marsh and coastal forest.
Ernie Larkin comments on the progress made in the Albemarle/Pamlico Estuarine Study and the new committee structure.
The journey took the author and her husband through major and minor waterways along the Coast toward their New Jersey destination. What the eventful October adventure proved: home can be aboard a small ship or ashore in the house she was glad to return to.