Azalea just can’t stay away. She just has to return to Virginia Beach every once in a while. When we last saw her she was on Rigby Island in Mathews County, Va (Green pin 9:00am Oct 4). She left there immediately after that and flew across York County, Newport News, Hampton and Norfolk (over Norfolk Botanical Garden about 2:30pm) to the north end of Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge in Virginia Beach. As of 1:00am Oct 5 she was right off Sandbride Rd (Blue pointer). The morning of Oct 5 she flew to Stumpy Lake and spent the day sitting around and still there at 1:00am Oct 6 (Yellow pointer). Azalea left Stumpy Lake and flew south over Fentress Naval Airfield (Camellia had just been there but already flown back to Bow Creek) then turned north and flew to the Thurston Branch of the Lynnhaven River where she has been many times and was there as of this satellite map at 5:00pm Oct 6 (White arrow). Click maps to enlarge.