Ocracoke lighthouse, North Carolina

Ocracoke Light was built in Hyde County, on Ocracoke Island, North Carolina in 1823 by Massachusetts builder Noah Porter. The lighthouse stands 75 feet m) tall. Its diameter narrows from 25 feet m) at the base to 12 feet m) at its peak.

Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. Hard to believe that they moved this lighthouse several years ago. Can you imagine moving this beauty!? Glad it is still in one piece.

Hard to believe that they moved this lighthouse several years ago. Can you imagine moving this beauty! Glad it is still in one piece. (And I watched it as it was being moved -- Jeanie Wright)

Pics of the beaches of Outer Banks, NC obx And we explored every last inch of it from North to South and back again!

Pics of the beaches of Outer Banks, NORTH CAROLINA. And we explored every last inch of it from North to South and back again!

Cape Hatteras, Outer Banks

*Cape Hatteras, Outer Banks, North Carolina USA The Tallest Light House in the US.it was moved from the water's edge several years ago. It was called "America's Lighthouse".the view is amazing!

North Carolina Highway Historical Marker for Edward Teach alias Blackbeard the Pirate

*BLACK BEARD: North Carolina Highway Historical Marker for Edward Teach alias Blackbeard the Pirate

Nags Head Fishing Pier at twilight on the Outer Banks.

Nags Head Fishing Pier at twilight on the Outer Banks. What a beautiful pier! I want to visit Nags Head again someday.

"For newlyweds on the East coast, North Carolina's Outer Banks is a quick (and cheap) flight with beautiful beaches and plenty of outdoor activities like windsurfing and horseback riding."

Honeymoon getaways for less

North Carolina's Outer Banks: Cape Hatteras Lighthouse: Many happy childhood memories of beach vacations.

Visit The Outer Banks ~~ North Carolina

Media Gallery - The Outer Banks - North Carolina Press Photos/Images - The Outer Banks - North Carolina

Awful Arthur's Oyster Bar on the Beach Road in Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina :: Outer banks

Awful Arthur's Oyster Bar- Kill Devil Hills, NC - go upstairs, order a bucket of peel n eat shrimp and a dozen raw oysters. Watch the sunset sip a local brew.

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