Greetings from The Outer Banks on this Martin Luther King Holiday. It is a crisp and cool Monday morning here and many are enjoying a break from the grind that has returned to our lives this January.
Greetings from a warm and wonderful Outer Banks . We hope you are sitting down when we tell you that this weekend we had temperatures in the 70’s both days, and indeed we are expecting another day in the 70 degree range on this Memory Monday. This Monday we are calling our post Winter time – Family Time.
Corolla, North Carolina is just one of the beautiful “towns” on this beautiful sandbar we call the Outer Banks. There’s so much to say about each part of the popular vacation destination that I couldn’t possibly fit everything about every area in one list. Not to mention, each town has its own unique features and history. Maybe you’ve been on the OBX more times than you can be bothered to count or maybe you haven’t gotten the chance just yet; either way, here are a few things about the Currituck Outer Banks area that you should know.
We hope you are getting ready to enjoy a very merry Christmas. The Outer Banks is unusually busy this week with many folks taking a holiday on the coast this week. The local shoppes are busy today, and the weather is doing its part to make it a nice week.
Good day from the Outer Banks as we get ready for yet another holiday week at the beach next week. The weather was glorious today, a a reason for Thanksgiving. Speaking of which that brings us to this week’s Memory Monday photo submission
The Outer Banks has been a popular vacation destination for years. The obvious keepsakes from a beach vacation are pictures of the sunrise, some pretty seashells or sea glass, or the ever-popular Outer Banks t-shirt. But if you’re looking for something a bit different to seek out as a souvenir, then this is the post for you!
Greetings from the Outer Banks and we hope you are enjoying the start to another week. This week on Memory Monday we offer a photo to further the debate of decades. Great Taste or Less Filling.
Greetings from the Outer Banks as we start the last month of the year. Thanksgiving is behind us, cyber-Monday is upon us, and before you know it we will be welcoming 2020! This week’s Memory Monday photo submission puts us in the pink as we take all of this in.
Happy Thanksgiving week! Lots of people are on the move this week with Thanksgiving just a few days away. Moving to see family, moving to see family and friends or just taking a trip to the grocery store to get all the goodies needed.
Now when you think of food on the Outer Banks your typical thoughts are usually seafood, burgers, surf and turf, but rarely will pizza come to mind. This is quite a mistake in my opinion. The Outer Banks may not be known for pizza since it is typically associated with New York and Chicago, but the OBX is home to some amazing options!