Memory Monday 1/21/13

Softshell Crab?

This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Sky Stanley of Newark, Ohio  who stayed with Outer Banks Blue this past September (Labor Day Weekend) in the property “Peace Place” in Nags Head. READ MORE

Memory Monday 1/14/13

Like my shades?

This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Heather Eddy of King George, Virginia who stayed with Outer Banks Blue last August in the property “Tranquility Base” in South Nags Head. READ MORE

Memory Monday 12/31/12

Somewhere over the rainbow     This week’s Memory Monday submission (our last Memory Monday of the year 2012) comes to use from Daphne Uliana of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania who stayed with Outer Banks Blue this past July in the property “High Dune” in the Osprey subdivision in Duck.   Daphne snapped this picture looking south from the deck of “High Dune” capturing a perfect rainbow over the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Research Pier in Duck.   Rainbows are often seen after summer showers on the Outer Banks, and locals claim because the proverbial “pot of gold” at the end of a rainbow leads to these golden beaches.      
Rainbow over Duck!
As we begin the new year let’s all hope to find the pot gold at the end of the rainbow!     All the best from the beach!

Memory Monday 12/24/12

Sunset on the Outer Banks!

This week’s Memory Monday Photo submission comes to us from Daniel Werner of Rutledge, Pennsylvania who stayed with Outer Banks Blue Realty Services this past September in “B’s Dream” in the Crown Point subdivision in Corolla.  Daniel is a long time customer of Outer Banks Blue having stayed with us for several years, and we are taken by his beautiful sunset pictures taken this past summer at Heritage Park in Corolla
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Memory Monday 12/17/12

You’d better be nice….you know whose coming soon…

This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to use from Jean Santos of Westerly, Rhode Island who stayed with Outer Banks Blue this past summer in the property “Peace Place” in Nags Head. READ MORE

Memory Monday 12/10/12

 

Dancing on the Sand

This week’s Memory Monday Photo Submission comes to us from Craig Scheirer of Stephens, Pennsylvania who stayed with Outer Banks Blue this past August in the vacation rental home “Breaking Winds” in Southern Shores. READ MORE

Memory Monday Submission 12/3/12

Hot tub fun!

This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Bob Evers of Horseheads, New York who stayed with Outer Banks Blue this past August in the property “Cara-Lina” in the Ocean Hill subdivision of Corolla.  Bob shares this cute photo of his grandkids enjoying the hot tub. Smile or thumbs up (or both) if you are having a good time!
Bob tells us that the kids have been coming to the Outer Banks all of their lives!  “We started coming to the OBX in the early 90s – just my wife and three kids back then.  Spouses and grandchildren followed so the party has grown year by year.  While we do all the typical things folks do in Duck and Corolla: Lighthouse climbing, Ponies, etc. most of our week is spent around the pool or at the beach enjoying the family.” Sounds like a perfect Outer Banks vacation to us! Thanks for the Memories Bob! All the best from the beach!

Halloween on the beach in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina after Hurricane Sandy

   Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina met “Hurricane Sandy” this week as she unloaded a lot of sand & ocean waters on the roads and throughout communities just North & South of this area. The beach road is not passable in some areas, while other areas such as this one are back to life as normal with minimal debris & treasures to find. Explorers & fishers are on the beach and making the most of a situation that we can only move forward from. Greetings from the beach!    Call today to reserve your getaway and start hunting hidden treasure all of November 2012!    1- 877 – 248 – 4823      

Storm Aftermath in Kitty Hawk (11/1/12

Storm Aftermath in Kitty Hawk (11/1/12)

Memories of Tuesday when traffic from Rt. 158 was re-routed through our parking lot to avoid a flooded roadway

Its Thursday morning here in Kitty Hawk on the Outer Banks, and the rumble of heavy machinery and the beeps of those machines as they shift to reverse are constant in the area.   The N.C. Dept. of Transportation has responded to the effects of Hurricane Sandy with unprecedented manpower and machinery to clear the area of the storm. READ MORE