We hope everyone had a great Father’s day yesterday. It sure was a hot one here on the Outer Banks with temps in the high 80’s and the humidity right there too. A great day usually starts with a great sunrise, and this week we have a Kitty Hawk sunrise for you.
Three towns on the Outer Banks are sticking to their budgets and not biting on beach nourishment bids that exceeded the amount of money on hand which means beach nourishment is on hold for another year.
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Is there a Hurricane coming to the Outer Banks?
As of Wednesday morning there is a tropical storm off the coast of Florida. It is named Arthur. The storm is moving north at this point, and it is expected to move to the north east as well as strengthen as it approaches the Outer Banks. It is expected to affect our area on Friday morning and afternoon.
Loving the beach!
This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Carrie Kline of Smithsburg, Maryland who stayed with Outer Banks Blue last fall in the property “Guaranteed Fun” in Kitty Hawk.
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.
Outer Banks Blue’s staff is known for delivery of great customer service, and our reservations sales team is recognized as one of the best in the business. This isn’t by accident. Company President Tim Cafferty is dedicated to staff training unlike many others. Tim recently brought Doug Kennedy to the Outer Banks to conduct a full day reservations sales training and customer service program so the Outer Banks Blue and Sandbridge Blue Realty Services staff could “sharpen their skills” prior to the upcoming summer season.
The temperatures have broken records both cold and warm so far this year! Groundhog day predicts an earlier Spring and we all are in hopes that this is true. Michelle Niles visits the beach in Kitty Hawk on Thursday February 17 in the morning hours. The water looks blue green, as a tropical island right here on the Outer Banks! Come see and enjoy all that Outer Banks Blue can provide you!