Greetings from a crisp and breezy Outer Banks on this Monday morning. March has definitely rolled in like a lion here on the beach with cool temperatures and brisk overnight breezes. Definitely not a day to kick back and enjoy the beach from a favorite chair.
Good Monday morning to you and greetings from the Outer Banks where Spring continues to toy with us. We are seeing daffodils pop up for the first time this year and temperatures were in the 70’s yesterday in the area which is very encouraging. But this morning it is blustery and temps are back down in the 50’s again.
Happy Monday Morning wishes to you from the Outer Banks where this past Saturday we had the experience of a lifetime. The new bridge to Hatteras Island from the Northern Outer Banks is nearly complete and prior to its opening everyone had the opportunity to walk or bike on the new structure.
Greetings on this 1st Monday of February. Did you enjoy the big game last night? The super bowl did not produce as much scoring as anyone expected, but I’m sure we all enjoyed the food associated with the big game.
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.
We hope you are having a good holiday Monday. It is a great time to start thinking about your summer vacation on the Outer Banks. We won’t say time is running out, but January is by far our busiest month in terms of bookings and so today is a good day to make your plans.
Greetings from a chilly Outer Banks. The winter weather has finally arrived, and we are really missing those warm temperatures we experienced over the holidays. This week we share a Memory Monday photo of a Father and Son taking a chilly walk on the beach
Today we look forward to the new year, but at the same time, we look back in our treasure chest of Memory Monday photos from our valued guests here at Outer Banks Blue and want to share with you a number of photos that we did not get a chance to post this year.
We got so many photos from our guests that it was hard sometimes to find just one to choose. But indeed we did choose just one each week which means we have a bunch that we did not get to.
So as we wrap up 2018 here’s a number of photo memories that we did not get to share prior to now. Enjoy!
Sandra Hoban shares “Sunset on The Currituck Sound”
So that will do it for 2018. We actually have more photos that we will share with you from 2018 in the upcoming weeks, but we wanted to get these out so everyone could enjoy them.
We have the greatest guests and we thank you not only for your patronage, but your loyalty to Outer Banks Blue.
We look forward to serving all of our valued guests again in 2019 and we also look forward to sharing more photo memories with you next week.
Until then, all the best from the beach, and Happy New Year!
We are told the “Cold Moon” that we saw a few days ago will not happen again in most of our lifetimes. The full moon dropping on the winter solstice is a very rare occasion. Quite a sight!
What a lucky person I am to live in such a beautiful place and enjoy sights like an early morning walk on the beach with no one else in sight nearly every day.
Kelly Branch stayed with Outer Banks Blue this past summer, and tells us she was lucky to get this shot. She provided us a great photo memory we share with you today.
Here’s a shot of a full moon from earlier this year setting over some houses in Corolla.
Wherever you are today and whatever you are doing we hope you are doing it with the people you love the most, and are creating great memories (photo memories or otherwise). Enjoy the Christmas week, and keep in mind the reason for the season!
All the best from the beach!
The weather channel has been in North Carolina the past two days getting ready for the arrival of winter storm Diego, and now documenting the effects of the storm.
Raleigh received several inches of snow, Greensboro, Charlotte, Asheville and points west all were even more heavily impacted, but here on the Outer Banks all we got was heavy wind and lots of rain. Temperatures remained above freezing as usual (our proximity to the gulf stream seems to always keep things warmer along the coast), but we got wind like few have seen! We are definitely living up to our reputation as one of the windiest locations in the nation. Ferry routes are cancelled today due to the winds, we are experiencing some flooding due to the wind pushing water onto the roads as well.
All of this we hope is in the past for us as we look forward to better days, and sunrises like this one that was sent to us by Vonnie Cudd of River Falls, Wisconsin (I’ll bet Vonnie doesn’t want to hear our problems about winter weather with her living in Wisconsin huh?) who stayed with Outer Banks Blue in November in the Kill Devil Hills vacation rental “Sweet Escape.”
Vonnie caught this amazing fall sunrise while on the beach early one morning. Check out the Sandpipers getting an early morning snack.
Thanks Vonnie for your fantastic reminder of the beauty of the Outer Banks with your Memory Monday photo. We look forward to serving you and your family again soon.
All the best from the beach!