The Frying Pan Tower is about 35 miles off the coast of North Carolina. It was a U.S. Coast Guard light tower, originally designed to keep ships off the Frying Pan Shoals. Today, it`s a bed and breakfast.
The pros: great fishing, great driving range, great views of the Milky Way, no bugs whatsoever and great isolation, with only miles of water surrounding you. The cons: great isolation, with only miles of water surrounding you.
At about 600 bucks per person per weekend, which doesn`t include shipping, a lot of folks might fan the idea, thinking it`s not a shoal lot of fun.
But those with waves of imagination, who can towerate being alone and alight upon a towering ocean of possibilities for sea-clusion, this private island is a beacon of opportunity, y`all.
I`m Carl Azuz and you have a great weekend.