- They've got a red priority loading sticker on the windshield,
- They have an Ocracoke School license tag frame,
- The back of their vehicle is loaded with groceries, paper towels, & toilet paper (only relevant to a southbound trip),
- They wave to (or stop to chat with) the deckhands as they board the ferry,
- They stay inside their cars to nap or read, or
- They wander around and talk with other islanders through open car windows,
- If it's late in the afternoon when they arrive home they all stop at the post office as soon as they get into the village.
You can read our latest newsletter here: http://www.villagecraftsmen.com/news021806.htm. It's the story of the US Life Saving Station on Ocracoke and the wreck of the A.F. Crockett on February 17, 1885.