So while everyone seems to have their eyes peeled towards Hurricane Florence we thought we would do our part to offer some distraction on this beautiful Monday morning by doing our normal thing – giving you some great memories of our guests with Memory Monday. Today is a good day for Duck Donuts!
Daydreams. Childhood fantasies. Backburner wishes. These are the types of things we typically say we’ll get to “one day.” If you’ve added airborne adventures to your bucket list, this year is the time to make one or two come true in the Outer Banks of NC.
So does anyone know where summer went? It is hard to believe this beautiful morning on the OBX is actually Labor day! It seems like yesterday that we were anticipating Memorial day and the start of summer, and now things are winding down already.
If you get excited at the thought of being surrounded by animals, the Outer Banks will become your new favorite vacation spot. Home to a vast range of unique wildlife, this region features lots of protected and unspoiled land that encourages growth in animal populations.
Happy Monday! As our local school systems in the Outer Banks area start back today we have a little bit of sadness as it means this summer is quickly coming to a close. We look back on a fun and happy summer that created a lot of easy times for us to enjoy. Now it is onward and upward to a wonderful fall season!
Greetings from the Outer Banks on this beautiful Monday. The summer is getting shorter each day, but the beach is bustling this week as many folks are enjoying all the beach has to offer. This week on Memory Monday we share with you the Mike’s Memories who shares with us several pictures from his recent stay with Blue.
The Outer Banks are a family-friendly vacation spot with something fun for all ages. From history to farm animals, water parks to sand-sculpting contests, your crowd will never forget a vacation in the Outer Banks.
Greetings from the OBX! Summer is in full swing, and we are enjoying every minute of it. Lots of things to do and places to see, and we are trying to take it all in. Speaking of which tomorrow is a historic day here on the Outer Banks as it marks the 100th anniversary of the Mirlo Rescue on Hatteras Island.
Occupying 39 acres in Corolla the Whalehead Club today anchors Currituck Heritage Park. The building, painted a startling shade of yellow, is considered an outstanding example of Art Nouveau-style of architecture and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Greetings from a glorious Outer Banks on this Monday morning as the sun is shining brightly, the ocean is inviting, the rain has stopped (after 15 straight days of some sort of precipitation), and the temperatures are going to be in the high 80’s. It is one of those days where you just want to jump in a pool and land a perfect cannonball!