Happy Monday: Memory Monday October 24, 2016.

Happy Monday!

Greetings from the beautiful Outer Banks on this next to last Monday in October! It is Monday and that is our favorite day of the week because we get to share with you our Memory Monday photos that have been sent to us by guests who have enjoyed a recent stay on the banks. READ MORE

Memory Monday 3/18/13

Fishin’ on the Outer Banks

This week’s Memory Monday photo submission comes to us from Holly Miller of Hanover, Pennsylvania who stayed with Outer Banks Blue last September in the property “Rum Runner” in Southern Shores.   “Rum Runner” is right beside the Kitty Hawk Fishing Pier, and these photos prove you don’t have to go out on the pier to catch great fish on the Outer Banks. READ MORE

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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Hurricane Sandy Advisory #1 from O.B. Blue

Hurricane Sandy Advisory (10/26/12 4:00 PM) Lots of folks are thinking about Hurricane Sandy this weekend.   The residents and visitors of the Outer Banks are no different.   The farthest reaches of Hurricane Sandy are now beginning to affect the Outer Banks this afternoon as light rain and a slight Southeast breeze has changed our recent beautiful sunny and clear weather pattern. The mid day update on Hurricane Sandy shows that the storm continues to move as predicted which would take the center of the storm some 200 miles off of the coast of North Carolina. At this time the effects on the Outer Banks this weekend are predicted to be moderate with heavy rain (possibly in excess of 5 inches in places), winds up to 45 MPH, and some tidal flooding especially during the full moon of Sunday night. Of particular concern are low lying areas of Highway 12 in Kitty Hawk, and near the New Inlet Bridge on Hatteras Island. The eye of the storm is expected to pass the Outer Banks overnight Sunday night and into Monday morning.
Projected path of Hurricane Sandy
The local emergency management group has just revealed that at this time there are no plans for evacuation of any areas of Dare County in advance of the storm.   It will be business as usual for us on the Outer Banks.   The storm is expected to make landfall on Monday at some point some 200 or more miles north of the Outer Banks.   If you have a scheduled arrival at one of our rental properties this weekend, please plan on checking into the property as normal.   All roads and bridges are expected to be open and passable throughout the storm.  We will be here and be sure your accommodation is ready for your arrival. Outer Banks Blue maintenance and management staff will be busy all weekend ensuring that properties are in good shape and secure from the approaching storm.  If you have any questions please call our main office at 888-727-3102.  We have operators on duty 24 hours a day. We will continue to update this page on a regular basis as we get updates from our local emergency management team, but no significant changes are expected in the forecast for the Outer Banks. All the best from the beach!

Enjoy a Beautiful Outer Banks Sunset

This week’s Memory Monday submission comes to us from Penny Bentley of Kitty Hawk who works at OBX Bank and is a long time resident of the area. Penny also is Outer Banks Blue’s banking guru and takes good care of our accounts.
 Penny takes a walk every morning to start her day right and this is a picture that she took on her morning walk THIS morning (8/27/12).
Outer Banks Blue has openings on our properties in September and the weather is typically perfect during that time! Thanks Penny for sharing a great Memory Monday! All the best from the beach! READ MORE