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John Wolfe  // Posts published by John Wolfe

08 Sep Posted by in Blog, north carolina birding, Special Trip | Comments Off on Winter, Spring, Summer, and…

Winter, Spring, Summer, and…

Winter, Spring, Summer, and…

If the cooler temperatures and changing of colors from green to gold on Masonboro are any indication, Fall is just around the corner of the calendar. That's good news! Autumn is the best time to be out on that island, and we are … Continue reading

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13 Jun Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Father’s Day 2017

Father’s Day 2017

Father’s Day 2017

Dads don't like many things. Paying bills, for instance. Endless shopping trips with your mother. Changing diapers. These things make Dad unhappy, so he goes and sits in his easy chair with a glass of bourbon and a grim look … Continue reading

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13 Apr Posted by in Blog, north carolina birding, Special Trip | Comments Off on Celebrate the Earth with us this month!

Celebrate the Earth with us this month!

Celebrate the Earth with us this month!

April: the month of Earth Day (although in our minds, every day should be Earth Day). This month, WBST has three great tours for those interested in getting back to nature and learning about the interconnectedness of our coast.   … Continue reading

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04 Feb Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Valentine’s Day Cruise on the Shamrock

Valentine’s Day Cruise on the Shamrock

Valentine’s Day Cruise on the Shamrock

Come enjoy a special Valentine's date on the water at Wrightsville Beach aboard the M/V Shamrock. On Valentine's Day weekend, Saturday Feb. 13th and Sunday Feb. 14th, we're offering hourly cruises from 11am-4pm. Trips depart from our dock across the street from the … Continue reading

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20 Nov Posted by in Blog, Special Trip | Comments Off on Happy Holidays from WBST!

Happy Holidays from WBST!

Happy Holidays from WBST!

That season has returned, and once again the family all gathers at your house. Turkey. Cranberry sauce. Your mother-in-law, not-so-subtly asking when she's going to become a grandmother. Trees indoors. Tinsel. Presents. Expectations. Expectations of presents. Overwhelmed yet? There's a … Continue reading

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