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Monday, June 27, 2011


There is still time to join the Society with trip leader, Bob Quinn on an adventure along the long strand of sand that forms Cape Hatteras. Over 100 miles long it brings you closer to the Gulf Stream than any other shore line in the States. Best in the fall (summer crowds have gone) the weather is still moderte. Birds and butterflies are migrating and flowers are still in bloom. The human history is just as interesting as the natural, we will spend our relaxing days visiting the Wright Brothers sites as well as beach combing, birding, and botanizing. If conditions are right, we will take a boat trip out to the Gulf Stream.
Cost: $1,945 per person includes lodging, most meals, ground transportation a boat trip, guides, hand outs, and all entrance fees. The trip begins and ends in Nags Head, NC. If planning on going to the Annual Meeting in Cape May - October 20-23 - you are halfway there.Call Pat if interested or email her: 732-291-0055 or

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