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Although the season does not officially kick off until Memorial Day, there will be lots of visitors coming here over Spring Break/Easter week so it is time to give you all updates on what is new or different this year on your favorite beach. 

Well, the 2014 Outer Banks Taste of the Beach has come and gone and from all accounts it was another successful event for both visitors and restaurants. There were more events than ever this year and truly something for everyone.

Last week for Throwback Thursday I posted a photo of the top of the "buried castle" under Jockey's Ridge. The turrets are part of the castle that is part of the putt putt course that has long been hidden under lots and lots of sand. 

A lot of people would never think of going on vacation without their beloved four legged family member. We get it. They are a part of the family. And, you don't have to pay kennel fees and worry about what is happening with Benji or Max or Daisy while you are on the road.

An annual, renewable scholarship will be given to high school graduates from northeastern North Carolina. The endowment fund will be administered by The Outer Banks Community Foundation, Inc.

Outer Banks, NC  February 2014

When you mention lighthouses and Outer Banks of North Carolina many people immediately think of the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse which received a lot of publicity in 1999 when it was moved back from the oceanfront because of the threat of erosion.

I have asked some (quite a few) of my fellow Village Realty People to tell me a little about themselves. How they got to the Outer Banks, how they got to Village Realty, what they do, etc. So, first in the series of "It's All About You" is Myers Fuller.

Well, this time we did get some SNOW.  Between 4 and 6.5 inches. Last week. The worst part was that it had been sleeting for several hours before the snow started so there was a layer of black ice under the "pretty" snow.