On this Monday we continue to limit our movements and do our part to fight the pandemic. We hope you and your family are well and we will all be able to return to normal activities soon. We wanted to share with you this week a project going on here on the Outer Banks called The Front Steps Project.
Good Monday from a soggy, warm, and perplexed Outer Banks community. Like all of you we wake up in uncertainty this morning, but eager to get back to normal.
Non-Resident Property Owners restricted from the OBX
Good evening. The Covid-19 outbreak has caused never before seen reaction from the authorities on the Outer Banks.
Tonight, effective at 10 PM non-resident property owners will not be allowed access to Dare County and Currituck County in an effort to minimize the spread of Covid-19.
As you are aware the Outer Banks is currently under an order from the local Emergency Control Group which has closed access to the area by visitors effective March 17th until further notice. We do not know when this road block will be lifted, but we look forward to welcoming you back to the Outer Banks one day soon.
Greetings from Outer Banks Blue, and from the Outer Banks,
Earlier today we received this announcement from the Emergency Control Group for Dare County:
Happy Monday morning to you all from us here on the Outer Banks. What a last week it has been. When nothing out there seems normal we wanted to bring you some mental relaxation with our typical Memory Monday posting. We are in the pink this week.
Greetings from another fantastic Monday here on the last few nights the beach has been spotlighted by a wonderful Vernal Spring moon. Wow! How full can a moon get?
Good Monday morning from the Outer Banks! Temperatures are expected to rise to near 70 degrees today, tomorrow and Wednesday of this week. We feel like we caught some luck this week here on the beach. Spring is definitely in the air and it appears that the Groundhog was right when he predicted an early spring last month!
Greetings from an unseasonably warm and sunny Outer Banks on this last Monday of February. A great day to be rescued from your daily routine and mentally get away to the Outer Banks.
Did you know that more than 2,000 ships have wrecked off the Outer Banks? No wonder this storied coastline is known as the “Graveyard of the Atlantic.”