Joe Moakley, right, and his wife, Rosanna Gusler, walk along the beach Thursday on the north side of the Oregon Inlet. They went out to see the giant sand dredging barge “Alaska” as it was repurposed and repositioned Thursday with new orders to dump sand around the undermined bridge supports of the Bonner Bridge.
Joe Moakley, right, and his wife, Rosanna Gusler, walk along the beach Thursday on the north side of the Oregon Inlet. They went out to see the giant sand dredging barge “Alaska” as it was repurposed and repositioned Thursday with new orders to dump sand around the undermined bridge supports of the Bonner Bridge. cliddy@newsobserver.com
Joe Moakley, right, and his wife, Rosanna Gusler, walk along the beach Thursday on the north side of the Oregon Inlet. They went out to see the giant sand dredging barge “Alaska” as it was repurposed and repositioned Thursday with new orders to dump sand around the undermined bridge supports of the Bonner Bridge. cliddy@newsobserver.com

Once again, Hatteras and Ocracoke islanders cope without their highway

December 06, 2013 7:45 PM