When a colony of men and women attempted to established the first permanent English settlement on the Outer Banks in 1587, things were a bit different here. With none of the amenities we often take for granted today, that first colony worked tirelessly to build and maintain their own shelters as...
It wasn't that long ago, in the great scheme of Outer Banks things, that a drive along the beach road in Nags Head was punctuated by long dashes of relatively empty land and smaller dots of houses, shops and restaurants. It was a Morse Code all its own that spelled out potential, and that signal...