Good morning and greetings from the Outer Banks where it is a quiet Monday. It is no less a beautiful day however as the temperatures will be in the low 80’s and we will have abundant sunshine. October on the Outer Banks is one of our secret treasures.
Happy Columbus Day. We hope you are one of those who get to take this day as a holiday from work. Do you have a relaxing day planned? We hope you don’t find yourself up a tree!
“It’s hoi toide on the saind soide.”
That may look and sound strange, but its meaning is simple: “It’s high tide on the sound side.”
Good day from the Outer Banks. The scene of people still enjoying summer vacations into the month of October, and the place of a huge run of big fish over the last few weeks.
Whether you’re traveling with tots or teens, you’ll want to make sure your Outer Banks rental has everything youngsters crave – from bunk beds to game rooms, Wii to Xbox, foosball to basketball hoops.
Greetings from the Outer Banks on this beautiful day which happens to be the last Monday of September. The beach is still very busy with lots of guests in the area enjoying all the area has to offer. We hope you will be able to enjoy a fall getaway to the Outer Banks!
Ready to hit the beach at the beautiful Outer Banks?
No doubt you’ve packed the essentials: swimsuits, sunscreen, cooler, flipflops, shades, towels, and so on. But did you remember the waterproof camera? Or the sand-free beach blanket? Or the portable waterproof powerbank?
Good morning from the OBX! We are holding on to something solid today as we have an old fashioned Noreaster blowing on the banks today. Salt Aire abounds on the beach today, but we look forward to a great rest of the week.
Greetings from the Outer Banks. Another Monday has arrived, and it is time for another Memory Monday photo submission. This one is our first Gender Reveal.
Happy Labor Day! We hope this holiday has you relaxing and enjoying the day that typically marks the end of summer.
Not the end
This year has been a year like none other, and so it should not be a surprise that things are different this Labor day on the Outer Banks. Typically today would mark the end of lifeguard services, many businesses would start a more limited schedule, and things would just generally slow down. Not so this year as September is going to be filled with vacationers.