while waiting for the bus back to Norfolk that left after 9pm I went to see a movie. The owner of the theatre let me stay and watch both that day after we talked about why i there and things. Very impressed with the sevice from everyone I met in the town.
Charming Historic Edenton - Freecloud's view
Brief info here, more later.
Historic Edenton is a quiet and charming waterfront town, next to the Albemarle sound. It has many Victorian and Queen Anne style houses along the water, a few restaurants, a historic cemetery, etc.
Many people from other parts of NC state dock their boats at the marina near Edenton. One can cruise on the sound.
The following sites have some info about Edenton:
liv2padl's Edenton Page
As an ACA and BCU certified Coastal Kayak Instructor and Guide, my life pretty much revolves around kayaking. If you live here and want to paddle, let me know. If you're coming to town and would like to see the area from a boat, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com
Walking Tour of Edenton - second part
" Under Construction"
This house was built from a pattern book according to our guide.
Ice was cut from Albemarle Sound (which is fresh water) and stored in this ice house for use in the summer.
Josephine Leary was a black entrepreneur. She built this building for one of her businesses. It is one of the outstanding ones in the business district with an elaborate Victorian pressed metal facade.
Cupola House (which is on the walking tour) is considered one of the finest wood structure Jacobean style houses in the South. The interior is not open to the public except on the walking tour through the Visitor's Center. A National Historic Landmark.
The downstairs woodwork of Cupola House was sold by the home's owner to the Brooklyn Museum because she needed money, so this is a reproduction. The people of the town rescued the original staircase and upstairs woodwork.
The table came from the Edenton School of Cabinet makers and is constructed of mahogany, oak and yellow pine. It is one of three drop leaf tables, which, when joined would have made a dining room table 12 feet long. The table is said to date from 1740-1765.
Looking out the upstairs window at the knot garden.
Main street of Edenton down by the waterfront. The Confederate Soldier's monument is in the center of the street and Cupola House is behind it.