Every town has a few holiday traditions, and the Outer Banks is no exception! For the past 49 years, Jim and Ann Poulos have made their house into a winter wonderland every Christmas season! The first 10 years in Virginia Beach, and the last 39 years in Kill Devil Hills. And we’re not talking about […]

At this time of year, most kids are heading back to school, but not everyone! Did you know there are over 1.77 million students being home schooled in the U.S.? This trend has been increasing from year to year, and flexible schooling has become more popular for parents as well. If you think about it, […]

Although the summer is sadly coming to a close, we still have a few more weeks to soak up all the summer fun the Outer Banks has to offer! If you didn’t know already, right here in our backyard is a great place for fishing, fairs, and all things fun! The Outer Banks also holds […]

Feature photo by nestonline.org As part of our weekly events at Sanderling Resort, we were joined by Dennis Pohl, President of the Network of Endangered Sea Turtles, also known as N.E.S.T. This organization is made up of volunteers who support the preservation of sea turtles and their natural habitats!     You’ve probably seen Loggerheads, […]

What is Binka? Binka is a brand inspired by giving back.¬†Their mission is to support dog rescue and encourage people to adopt rather than shop for their pets. 10% of our net sales are donated to local animal rescue groups and shelters near our partner retailers worldwide. Excess fabric from the clothing line and a […]

There comes a time on the Outer Banks where the days are still warm but the fall breezes are refreshingly cool. The roads and towns are beginning to quiet town, and if you talk to many locals – they will say it is their favorite time of year. There is much to do around town […]

You may be wondering what all this talk about the Solar Eclipse coming up on August 21st is. We are here to give you the scoop! A total solar eclipse is when the moon passes between the sun and the Earth to create a shadow (or darkness) over Earth.¬†Although a solar eclipse happens every 18 […]