Horses on the beach. Photo Corolla Wild Horse Fund
It looks like one last cold snap–and this one really is just a snap–and then the weather will be moderating on the Outer Banks. Sort of that old saying about March coming in like a lion . . . 
So this is probably a good time to remind readers about a couple of things that are part of the Outer Banks timeline.
Summer is when most or our visitors find their way to the Outer Banks, but it is not the only time. Spring has become an increasingly popular time to visit, especially for retired couples and families with children who are not yet in school. There is also a spring break coming up. That varies by state and sometimes by school district, but it is almost always the two weeks surrounding Easter Sunday.
The reason we mention this is to remind vacationers and visitor about a couple of things. First of all, there is more than one time that a visit to the Outer Banks can be marvelous. Also, this is our chance to point out that, from about the second week in June through August, the Outer Banks is at 100% occupancy. And that season may be a little shorter this year with all the time schools will have to make up after a very difficult summer. 
Therefore–call us at Brindley Beach Vacations and finalize your summer plans as soon as possible.


Property owners–if you have not already done so, take a hard, objective look at your property, make a list of what needs to be done, and get moving.