Vacationers fall in love with the Outer Banks of North Carolina for different reasons. For some, the Outer Banks represent a simpler lifestyle reminiscent of days gone by. Time slows down as you wander the beaches, trails, and quaint shops. Time seems to stop on an afternoon spent reading or just relaxing by the sea or on a shady porch.
Greetings from the OBX! We hope you are looking forward to a great week as we are here at Outer Banks Blue. OBX air temperatures are predicted to be close to 80 degrees this Wednesday. It is a great time to get out and enjoy the weather. Maybe put in a little deck time to get our suntans going!
The Outer Banks have long been a refuge for those seeking quiet, privacy, and a simpler way of life, including celebrities. However, the first “celebrities” to take shelter on the Outer Banks were infamous rather than famous, including pirates such as Calico Jack and Blackbeard. From the 1600s to the late 1800s the islands were isolated and desolate, though they attracted scrappy, hardworking folks who began to form the unique Banker culture.
Good day from the OBX! It is a very warm, but a little wet day here at the Outer Banks today. We had record setting temperatures yesterday (74 degrees is February!), and it really makes us look forward to the arrival of spring. Today’s Memory Monday photo gives us a good example of two other types of weather we experience. Lighthouse weather and hurricane weather.
The Best Outer Banks Beach
For the Outer Banks, with its reputation of soft sand and beautiful beaches, there is an obvious question. “Which Outer Banks Beach Is The Best Beach?”
Good Monday morning from the cool Outer Banks. We hope you were satisfied with the results of the Super Bowl last night and looking forward to a great day. Sorry to the Patriots fans, but we are sure Philly fans are flying high today. What a great game if you did not have a rooting interest. We know that doesn’t soften the blow for Pats fans, but it was entertaining. For whatever reason, and in one of the worst transitions…..we thought it would be a great day to share pictures of a wedding on the beach!. Sorry, that was really bad.
Keep the Camera at the Ready
The beautiful beaches and sea breeze that are so wonderful on the Outer Banks are why so many people visit and come back year after year. And there is a lot to be said for that; we would never disagree that perfect sand and refreshing ocean air makes for a great place to vacation.
Sunrise over the Atlantic Ocean is something to behold, but most folks don’t realize that sunrise also has dramatic vistas on the fresh water side of the Outer Banks as well. So we call this Memory Monday photo submission Sunrise – Sunset.
If you’re anything like me then you’re ready for some good food and relaxation on your Outer Banks vacation. You’re excited to indulge in the local cuisine and you’ve been dreaming about laying on the beach soaking in the sunshine. You shouldn’t let the thought of gaining weight stop you from fully enjoying your vacation. Then again who wants to gain weight and have to work twice as hard to lose it after vacation? What if I told you there was a way to fully enjoy your vacation without gaining 10 pounds? Here’s my top 10 secrets to do just that…
Greetings from the Outer Banks. After a few days of unseasonably warm temperatures here on the OBX it is definitely feeling like winter again with freezing temps and winds that we’ve come to expect in January. Soon enough we will be back to summer so we do enjoy this down time at this time of the year. This week’s Memory Monday photo “Say Cheese” reminds us that folks can have fun on the beach at any time of year.
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