Good Monday morning. We hope all of the mothers had a wonderful Mother’s day yesterday. Maybe you enjoyed some beach time. Or maybe you went out to eat with your children. Or maybe you spent the day horsin’ around.
Looking for unparalleled peace and privacy plus plenty of fun activities? Come to Hatteras Island, NC, and explore its seven seaside villages: Rodanthe, Waves, Salvo, Avon, Frisco, Hatteras, and Buxton.
Happy last week of April from the Outer Banks! This Monday brings us great weather once again, and vacationers here are looking forward to a week of family time.
Few places are as magical as Ocracoke Island. Once a favorite haunt of Blackbeard the Pirate, this remote retreat boasts some of America’s most beautiful beaches… along with breathtaking views of Pamlico Sound on one side and Atlantic Ocean on the other. Not to mention a legendary lighthouse, quaint shops, charming seaside restaurants, art galleries, and more.
Long ago, the northernmost tip of Hatteras Island was covered with maritime forest. Here Native American settlers lived in prosperous villages, sustained by the region’s abundant fish and game.
Greetings from a spring-like Outer Banks where many folks have come to town to enjoy spring break on the beach.
Sunrise services around the Outer Banks were well attended yesterday. Those who went to the beach were treated to a beautiful sunrise at approximately 6:45 am. This week’s Memory Monday photo is a good reminder of just how beautiful those clear early morning sunrises can be at this time of the year.
Want some good news? The NC Outer Banks are open for business.
Yes, even during the COVID era, you can still enjoy a fun-filled family vacation on these beautiful barrier islands. North Carolina has no travel restrictions, so you can freely enter or leave the state without having to test or quarantine.
Good Monday Morning from the OBX. We have a very nice week in store for us this week on the coast. Sunny skies are predicted each day, and temperatures will be above normal.
Were you awake this morning at 6:36 to welcome the sun and to welcome the month of March? We were and what a spectacular sight. Temperatures in the mid-60’s, clear skies and light southerly winds have March coming in like a lamb.
Greetings from a cool and blustery Outer Banks. We are not complaining as our weather has been heavenly compared to some areas of the country over the last week. We have received a lot of rain, and we even had a thunderstorm, but no frozen precipitation so far this year!