Throughout my life, I have often felt the need to seek nature’s solitude. When I was a young lad, I would walk a couple miles to my best friend’s house, and then we would continue walking to one of several farm ponds on the outskirts of our small town to do some fishing or to explore the surrounding woods.
Years later, I still find myself seeking quiet, out of the way spots, whether it be deep in the woods, along a riverbank, or at the sea coast.
I invite you to return with me to one of those special places, Cedar Island, which I first visited in 2003, and have later returned to several times.
Cedar Island is easy to find. You take NC Hwy 12 East until the road dead ends at the Pamlico Sound. As you approach Cedar Island, you will see vast areas covered with sawgrass and narrow waterways.