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VOL13ISS1 2017

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23 THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — CAPE FEAR NC | VOLUME 13—ISSUE 1 County" and is the location for scenes from the movie "We're the Millers." At the tail end of the Brunswick Island chain, Sunset Beach has the distinction of being the "Southern- most surf" in North Carolina. The back-in-time destination is home of the Old Bridge Preservation Society Museum and Interpretive Center where the pontoon Swing Bridge is preserved, and Bird Island Reserve. Brunswick County is where some of North Carolina's favorite coastal destinations are found. Islands and beaches are ready for exploring on your own or with the help of outfitters and tour guides who lead you on kayaks, canoes or boats. Have an adventure in the region with six beaches on five barrier islands. There is not a fork in the road here – every choice is the right one. BUCKET LIST CHECK OFF: Kindred Spirit Mailbox – Bird Island. Sit a spell to read letters of inspiration left behind from visitors from far-and-wide and contribute your own. Worms & Coffee Convenience Store – Bolivia. Pull over and take a picture by the store sign that has been seen on Jay Leno and Dave Letterman shows. Then go inside for coffee, snacks and some bait for fishing. Calabash seafood – Calabash. You have to eat shrimp (or your seafood choice) in the town that bills itself as "The Seafood Capital of the World." Choices are endless with nearly 24 seafood restaurants. Old South Tour Company – Southport. Be sure to watch your back if you take a creepy ghost tour at night, the "Walk by Lantern Light" tour. Eat breakfast at the Purple Onion Café - Shalotte. Locals get in line early to get the hot and deliciously gooey blueberry biscuits. [] BRUNSWICK COUNTY

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