Nestled off the coast of North Carolina, the Outer Banks is a string of barrier islands that offer a unique blend of natural beauty and charming beach towns. With its pristine beaches, abundant wildlife, and rich history, it’s no wonder that the Outer Banks is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the southeastern United States. But while the peak season may draw the crowds, the off-season offers its own special charm.
Memory Monday 6/16/18
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Thanks Julie for passing this photo along. We look forward to serving you and your family again soon at Outer Banks Blue!All the best from the beach!By Tim Cafferty, President, Outer Banks Blue Realty Services
There must be something about the sandy soil around here that makes for perfect growing conditions because we think the berrys around here are the best!There is a pick your own Strawberry patch just over the Currituck bridge in Point Harbor. You can bring your own container or they have buckets available for you there. You should bring something to put the berrys in after you pick them, and be aware that this is a cash only business. They sell the berrys by the pound. On Saturday the fields were full of families as well as fruit. What a gorgeous day!The best thing about picking berries is that it is such a great family activity. Here’s one of the author’s 10 year old twin daughters holding up a perfect berry. Sadly, this berry didn’t make it to the bucket. She ate it!All the best from the beach!By Tim Cafferty, President, Outer Banks Blue Realty Services