Greetings from the Outer Banks where it is another wet and dreary day. At least those of us here are only getting rain due to the warm temperatures. We feel for those folks up the east coast digging out of another snowstorm. Keep in mind spring is just a month away, and summer will be here before you know it.
Bonfires on the Outer Banks have been happening for decades, and this week’s Memory Monday submission reminds us of how nice they can be. There is something relaxing and romantic about a fire on the beach.
Please note that Bonfires are not permitted on the beaches of Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Southern Shores, and Duck. They are permitted in Nags Head and on the Cape Hatteras National seashore with regulations and permits required. Fires are not allowed when wind speeds are above 10 MPH.
All of the rules were followed by Paula Faulkner of Beloit, Ohio when she and her family rented “Carolinian II” and had a beach fire.
Take a look at these photos Paula took while on vacation over the New Year’s holiday here on the beach.
What great pictures Paula shared with us for our weekly posting. It is obvious the whole family had a great time, and we love seeing pictures like this.
Thank you Paula for sharing. We look forward to serving you and the whole family again soon.
Keep in mind each week we post photos from our guests. Then each month we randomly pick a winner to receive a $100 discount on their next’ year’s stay with us.
We will be back next week with another photo memory of a great Outer Banks vacation.
All the best from the beach!