Good Monday from the Outer Banks. It is time for another Memory Monday photo submission to take center stage, and this week we have two pups at the Cape Hatteras lighthouse. We call this week’s photo Lighthouse lookouts.
Visitation up at CHNS
The Superintendent the National Park Service Cape Hatteras National Seashore is
David Hallac. Recently Superintendent Hallac reported that 2020 had the highest visitation on record. This in spite of the fact the Outer Banks was shut off from visitors for two months due to the pandemic.
Many of the visitors to the Cape Hatteras National Seashore made their way to Buxton to see the famous candy striped black and white Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. That Cape Hatteras lighthouse is where we find these two fur babies that belong to Michelle Meadows of Gastonia, North Carolina. Michelle and her family stayed with Outer Banks Blue at the Kill Devil Hills rental property “Shades of Blue.”
This is an amazing picture Michelle, and we thank you for sending it along. It looks like it was a great day to drive to the lighthouse! What a couple of great lookouts you had with you.
Keep in mind each Monday we reveal another new photo sent to us by one of our valued guests. We then randomly choose one of the pictures posted the previous month as a monthly winner of a $100 discount on your next stay with Outer Banks Blue.
We look forward to welcoming back Michelle and her pups again soon.
All the best from the beach!