As most of you know, I write this blog to celebrate Ocracoke Island history, culture, and traditions. Every once in a while a reader decides to take one of our stories as a reason to promote a particular ideological viewpoint, sometimes in, what seems to me, a challenging manner.
I am a strong supporter of free expression, but this blog is
not designed for that sort of discussion. There are plenty of Internet forums for
When posting comments please be civil, refrain from
provocation, and limit your remarks to thoughts or questions about island
history, culture, and tradition.
I can, and I will, delete selected comments that are off
topic, provocative, and/or uncivil, especially if they are anonymous.
With that said, heartfelt thanks to our many readers & commenters who
know and love Ocracoke, a unique and colorful island community with a creative
and diverse population. We appreciate your readership...and your comments!
This month's Ocracoke Newsletter is research into the origin of the
Ocracoke Island Wahab family. You can read the article here: http://www.villagecraftsmen.com/news022115.htm.