Summer is almost here on the OBX Since the Outer Banks are so varied, bike trails in the OBX are a great way to experience them all in one trip. From the beaches to the historical sites, there are trails and paths for everyone in this region. Because of its largely flat terrain, beautiful scenery, … Continue reading Bike Trails In The OBX
What Is The Festival And When Does It Take Place? At this two-day festival with a variety of activities, car lovers will meet and greet with fellow enthusiasts while exploring some of North Carolina’s most beautiful coastlines. The OBX Rod And Custom Festival is a unique celebration of vintage and antique automobiles that will include … Continue reading Calling All Culture Chasers! The Rod & Custom Hotrod Festival Returns To The OBX.
Take the time now to prepare for your upcoming OBX vacation. Finally, a place with no urgent deadlines, endless meetings, or obligatory workplace lunches to distract us, vacation is one of the only occasions we can just totally lose ourselves. However, decision fatigue may have set in after picking a vacation destination (Nags Head? Kill … Continue reading Beach Reading on Your next Outer Banks Vacation.
Advantages of Booking Direct With Joe Lamb Jr. & Associates: You might be wondering why you should book direct on National Book Direct Day which is happening on February 3rd, 2021 when there are so many online travel agencies with fancy online ads and tons of suggested listings. Here are a few huge benefits to … Continue reading #BookDirect Day Is Here, Why Should That Matter To You?
The weather finally turned cold today. Honestly with that northeast wind blowing at around 25, bitterly cold is properly how it could be described. It’s been a while since it has been this cold on the Outer Banks. It certainly has saved on heating bills, but the truth is, it is January and it is … Continue reading Are Harbor Seals Bypassing the Outer Banks This Year?
Will the latest system off the South Carolina coast become Tropical Storm Irma? Does it really matter? The answers are, in the order asked: Maybe, although it’s looking a bit doubtful. And…no not really. Will It Get a Name? Naming a tropical system means the storm has met certain criteria that the National Weather Service … Continue reading TS Irma? Maybe but Rain and Wind on OBX Tuesday
Beach Nourishment, the long-standing question and constant struggle of pros and cons. The one thing we all agree on is that we don’t want to lose our beautiful beaches and want to preserve and protect our community. The coastline on the Outer Banks has been vulnerable for many years. Our tiny sand bar takes an … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Love Beach Nourishment
Fall on the OBX is filled with many family friendly fun events. Make sure you don’t miss out on all the kid-friendly activities that the Outer Banks offers. One fall favorite you can’t miss is the pumpkin patch at Island Farms. Grab yourself a Charlie Brown worthy GREAT pumpkin! Don’t forget get to carve it … Continue reading Fall in love with Halloween on the OBX
A State in disarray but a community united. Hurricane Matthew was a force to be reckoned with beginning with devastating results in Haiti and working its way through Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. The effects from this storm will be felt for months. Harsh winds, heavy rains, flash flooding, storm surges and complete … Continue reading The – AfterMatthew –
We continue to monitor the progress of Hurricane Matthew as it moves through the Bahamas on its northward track. Through last night and this morning, Hurricane forecast models have changed significantly and now project Matthew to take a turn to the east and away from the East Coast through Saturday and Sunday. If this track … Continue reading Hurricane Matthew – OBX