It’s #wisdomwednesday which means we want to share some coastal-inspired beach wisdom with you! Here are a few of our favorite sayings and quotes to help you get through your day... along with a little advice from the ocean of course!
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Whether you’re from the area or a long-time visitor, chances are that you’ve heard of the infamous “S-curves” on Pea Island. The name refers to a specific stretch of NC-12 that curves in an “S” shape right before entering the town of Rodanthe. Although a long time coming, plans for a more permanent, long-term solution began after Hurricane Sandy. The concluding solution? The Rodanthe "Jughandle" Bridge.
Luckily, travel insurance exists to give you a peace of mind that if something does happen—and we are crossing our fingers that nothing will—you won't carry a financial burden from the loss of your travel plans.
Now that Fall is approaching, fisherman will be flocking to the shore to try their luck at reeling in that big catch. If you enjoy a good competition and are looking for a real fishing challenge this fall, register to enter the 2019 Outer Banks Kayak Fishing Tournament!
The ocean is the primary attraction to any beach location, especially on the Outer Banks where we enjoy miles and miles of underdeveloped, beautiful coastline. Luckily, for visitors who still want to enjoy the water on a nice day even when the surf is too rough, there’s another option. H2OBX Waterpark is a water park in Powell’s Point that offers a day of fun for both kids and adults.