My friend Al Scarborough stopped by several days ago to pose a riddle for me based on an observation he'd just made.
"Philip," he said, "can you tell me a feature that is built into every modern automobile but is seldom used? However Ocracoke islanders, and even many visitors, use this feature routinely?"
Can you guess the answer to the riddle? If you think you know, please leave a comment.
If no one solves the riddle by the end of the day I will post a clue in the comments section.
Our current Ocracoke Newsletter is a 1938 article about Capt. Gary
Bragg, waterfowl hunting, and wooden decoy carving. You can read it