Moonlight on the Dunes – Memory Monday 1/24/2022

Greetings from the Outer Banks. We bring you another photo submission on this Memory Monday. This one shares some Moonlight on the dunes.

Snow at the beach

is a rare sight, but this past Saturday that is what we all woke up to. 2 inches of snow in Kitty Hawk and Kill Devil Hills. More snow in the Corolla area came as a result of cold temperatures and a strong low pressure system off of the coast. Unfortunately like always, the snow was gone in the matter of a few hours. A combination of 40 degree temps and direct sunlight made our snowfall a quick memory.

We shall see what the future holds in terms of more snow for the Outer Banks. Maybe more coming this weekend!

This week’s Memory Monday photo submission also comes to us from last week. We had the brightest full moon last week that lit up the night. In this case it is a picture taken in the morning just as the sun was rising over the beach, but the moon, still providing moonlight on the dunes was shining brightly in the western sky.

Special thanks goes to Tracy Hart-Atri, of Gainesville, Virginia who stayed with us at the Nags Head rental property “Now and Then.”

Moonlight on the dunes
Moonlight on the Dunes

Thank you Tracy for sharing this cool photo memory of your stay. It is a great photo and we love it! You name will now go in the hat to have the chance to win a $100 discount on your next year’s vacation with Outer Banks Blue.

We look forward to serving you and your family again soon.

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Moonlight on the Dunes – Memory Monday 1/24/2022

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