Every place develops traditions that mark it as different or unusual, something that indicates that it is truly distinctive from any other place. The celebration of Old Christmas at the Hatteras Island Village of Rodanthe, though, seems to have taken that to another level. It is an observance that goes back to colonial times but its roots can be traced much farther into the past.
Curious about the Outer Banks islands? You’re not alone. The Outer Banks, as a whole, stretch across 130 miles along the North Carolina coast. However, each island has its own personality. Here’s an overview to share a few insights that will allow you to choose the best spots for your Outer Banks vacation.
It may be winter, but in the Outer Banks, the competition is about to heat up…
Are you a fan of the National Geographic Channel hit series, Wicked Tuna? Love the Outer Banks? The two are about to come together in a new National Geographic Channel series, Wicked Tuna: North vs. South.ilming begins off the coast of the Outer Banks in North Carolina this winter and will premiere in the U.S. and globally this summer.
Emergency Conditions Result in Bridge to Hatteras Closing
Word came from the North Carolina Department of Transportation on Tuesday afternoon that they were closing The Herbert C. Bonner Bridge that spans from Nags Head to Hatteras Island due to “immediate safety concerns.”
Go Fly A Kite!
It is a rainy Monday here on the Outer Banks and we need something to brighten our day. So today’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Kasey Woodrum who sent along this picture of her daughter flying a kite on the beach on Hatteras Island earlier this year.