Outer Banks Blue
While many families love the steadfastness long-time holiday customs bring, others look for new opportunities to start traditions of their own that will last for generations. Spending the holidays in the Outer Banks of North Carolina is one way to get away from the hustle and bustle of the season and create a season that is uniquely your own. Come find out why the locals of this area love adding an oceanside twist to common holiday practices and how you can join in all the fun!
We were greeted by news on Saturday morning that the National Park Service expects to remove the remnants of The Frisco Fishing Pier.
|Frisco Pier in better times|
The iconic, but extremely battered pier officially known as “The Cape Hatteras Fishing Pier” has been closed for more than 5 years (except for a brief period in 2010) due to years of exposure to storms.
School started for many students & employees across the Outer Banks and throughout North Carolina this week. Their new book bags, shoes, and lunch boxes can be found throughout the halls. The families that travel for the next few weeks share a different experience on the OBX. Many are possibly traveling without kiddos, from a state where school has not started, or they are bringing their babies for their first glares of the sand covered beaches!