Walking along the beach, even in spring when more folks are on the island, one still occasionally finds a treasure. Just a few days ago I almost walked right past this scotch bonnet. It had just washed up with the latest wave, and was half covered with wet sand. But there it was, North Carolina's state seashell.
Lou Ann spends much of the summer on Ocracoke, and makes frequent visits throughout the year. She enjoys making short videos as she goes "out and about" around the island and elsewhere. She posts her videos on her blog. You can watch them here: