Several days ago I had dinner with a group of family and friends. Discussion turned to naps, a popular mid-day ritual on Ocracoke. A show of hands revealed that everyone at the table but one, as well as our waitress, had enjoyed a nap that day. And these were not all old codgers. Ages ranged from mid-thirties to early sixties.
We're not always lucky enough to take a nap, but when we have a day off, or finish our lunch early, or can otherwise sneak it in, we often opt for a short nap.
Just one more reason to celebrate life on Ocracoke Island.
Take a journey back in time with our latest Ocracoke Newsletter. You can capture some of the thrill of riding on the old mailboat Aleta by clicking here.