The Other Side of the Outer Banks

Kitty Hawk Woods in June. Surprising but true-there are hiking trails on the Outer Banks. No need for boots or even heavy shoes, in most cases running shoes or even good sturdy sandals should be enough. It’s another side to the Outer Banks, one many never get to experience, but for the (slightly) adventurous, it’s … Continue reading The Other Side of the Outer Banks

Outer Banks Community Sponsors Special Olympics

Kristin Gavoni winning the standing long jump. One of the best parts of living on the Outer Banks is how generous and giving the community is. That spirit was on full display yesterday at the Dare County Special Olympics. There were a few hundred on hand at First Flight High School in Kill Devil Hills, … Continue reading Outer Banks Community Sponsors Special Olympics

The Joe Lamb, Jr. Help a Student Get a Summer Job Blog

With summer coming on Outer Banks businesses are gearing up for their peak season and with that gearing up comes a huge need for summer help-which is one reason why students have been flocking to the Outer Banks for years. The other reasons include the sun, the surf and the life style, but that’s a … Continue reading The Joe Lamb, Jr. Help a Student Get a Summer Job Blog

Outer Banks Flying Pirate Half Marathon & Bike Week

Motocycles lined up outside Longboards in Kitty Hawk. They ran the Flying Pirate Half Marathon this morning, the course winding through the maritime forest of Kitty Hawk Woods, past Kitty Hawk Bay and the Wright Brothers Memorial, into Nags Head Woods and finishing in Nags Head. The route is the first half of the Outer … Continue reading Outer Banks Flying Pirate Half Marathon & Bike Week

Joe Lamb, Jr. Guide to Outer Banks Piers

Jennette’s Pier in Nags Head. Everyone likes to get a close as possible to the ocean and for fishermen, they want to get as far out into the sea as they can get. Of course, not everyone can hop in a boat, sail through Oregon Inlet and head for the Gulf Stream. Luckily the Outer … Continue reading Joe Lamb, Jr. Guide to Outer Banks Piers

Outer Banks Forum and Dare County Arts Council Team Up

Gathering at Trio's in Kitty Hawk to celebrate the arts on the Outer Banks. We had one of those great events tonight that is a wonderful reminder about how special the Outer Banks community is. Two local art organizations teamed up to put on a great show at Trio in Kitty Hawk. The Outer Banks … Continue reading Outer Banks Forum and Dare County Arts Council Team Up

5 Reasons to Love the Outer Banks

Spring days don’t get much better that what we have today on the Outer Banks, and that’s really saying something because the Outer Banks is truly a special place. All of that got us thinking here at Joe Lamb Jr., & Associates. about just what it is that makes this place we get to call … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Love the Outer Banks

Day Trips to Make an Outer Banks Memory

Downtown Manteo during First Friday, a monthly celebration held the first Friday of every month. Spring is here, the weather is getting warmer and our Outer Banks guests are on our filling our roads again. It’s a great part of the cycle of life here, and for many of the guests it’s the memories, new … Continue reading Day Trips to Make an Outer Banks Memory