Here at Everything Outer Banks we love the photos that are sent to us on a weekly basis, and this week is no different. What is different this week is we decided to look in our storage folders and give you a number of the most popular subject of our photos – your dogs. We are calling this the dog gallery.
Mary Schellenger of Richmond, VA is one of our dedicated guests who stayed with us recently with her family at the Property “Carolinian II” in Nags Head and forwarded to us a number of photos to capture her group’s stay with us.
Mary is a dog person, and so she rented a pet friendly property with us and it appears that her four legged family members enjoyed the property and the stay immensely.
Two satisfied customers
This is Princess Lilly.
The princess gives kisses to her subjects!
Then there was the beautiful sunrise over the ocean for the family.
Followed by a sunset at Oregon Inlet
Sun breaking through the clouds at Oregon Inlet on the way down.
Followed by a spectacular moon rise over the ocean.
What a great photographic vacation you had Mary! We love all of your photos and are so happy that you provided us snapshots of your stay with Outer Banks Blue. We look forward to serving you and your family again soon.
With that said it reminds us to remind you to send in your vacation memory photos to Outer Banks Blue so we may be able to post them here for everyone to be able to see them. Each Monday we post photos from recent guests, and then once per month we randomly select a winner for the monthly photo submission contest where we put a $100 credit towards your next stay in place.
Thanks again to you all for your patience, and please keep sending those photos in so we can post them here.
All the best from the beach!
Thanks goes out this week to Kathleen McLee of Yorktown Heights, New York who stayed with Outer Banks Blue the week of Labor Day.
We are so glad to see that Kathleen and her family had a great time at the beach, because Hurricane Hermine definitely affected her stay. The house Kathleen and her family originally reserved with us was one of about 150 of our properties that suffered some sort of damage from the storm on the weekend on September 4th. It was a wild weekend then as we had surprise winds in excess of 100 MPH in some places around the Outer Banks, and in this particular situation some windows were actually blown out of the property she was expected to occupy.
She and her family were patient as we found a suitable replacement for them to enjoy their vacation. The property they stayed in was “at OBX.Calm” in Corolla, and obviously they were able to enjoy some relaxing beach time!
We love this picture because it shows that people are not the only ones that enjoy vacationing on the Outer Banks. The pup on the right seems to be saying with his look that he’s “a bit tired from playing in the water, and I’m just taking it easy right now.”
Whatever the case we are glad that Kathleen sent along her photo memories of her stay with us, and we look forward to serving all of you again soon!
All the best from the beach!