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.
Good Monday morning on this last day of August 2020. This month flew by for us, and we hope it was a great month for you and your family. We also hope you had the chance to come to the Outer Banks and visit. This week’s Memory Monday photo is to Dye for!
It is another glorious Monday morning here on the Outer Banks with comfortable beach temperatures and matching water conditions. What a great time to be at the beach!
Good Monday morning to everyone from the Outer Banks. Its time for another Memory Monday photo submission to start your work week. This week we bring you Sibling fun.
We send you positive thoughts and warm greetings from the Outer Banks today. Another picture perfect beach day here on the OBX and a day of discovery for many of our guests. A good day to share some pictures of the area as well!
We have all heard the name, and while there are challenges in saying Isaias correctly there is no question that the Outer Banks will see some effects from this former Hurricane and current Tropical Storm.
It would be an understatement to say that the past few months have been rather rocky for everyone with the current pandemic. Here at Outer Banks Blue we want to ensure that you have a safe and wonderful vacation that you can remember for many years to come! Here are a few tips to help you enjoy your vacation while following the proper precautions.
Greetings from another glorious beach day on this Monday at the Outer Banks. They don’t have days like this in Dallas!
Driving from Dallas
to the Outer Banks is not for the faint of heart. 20 hours on the road is not something everyone would do to enjoy a stay at our beach. That is exactly what happened this week with our Memory Monday submission.