Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Ocracoke & the New York Times

Just in case some of our readers may not have seen this, Ocracoke was featured in the "New York Times" on Friday, November 11. Cindy Price's article, "Ocracoke in Fall: Gloriously Empty," appeared in the Travel Section. You can read it here: New York Times Article on Ocracoke. (I'm not sure how long this link will be active, so it may or may not work by the time you read this.) You will need to register for free access to the article if you haven't already done so.

Thanks to Lucy who reminded me that the article is on-line. Ms. Price came to my open house at the end of October and even met Lachlan. I think he got his name in the paper because he was flirting with her.

Our current monthly Ocracoke Newsletter is the story of George & Jule, published October 29, 2005. You can read it here: http://www.villagecraftsmen.com/news102905.htm.



  1. Anonymous1:17 PM

    What a beautiful article and tribute to Ocracoke. I've been to Ocracoke 3 times in as many years. After my first visit, I was hooked. Unfortunately, I always come in the summer because of work schedules. I'm waiting anxiously for retirement so I can make the trip in the fall. JP

  2. Anonymous12:51 AM

    Oh, what a lovely article about Ocracoke. It really catches the feeling of the island; that may be good or bad, I guess. If I had not been to Ocracoke before it would certainly make me want to visit. I, too, have only been during the pre-summer months. I look forward to retirement and more time on the island. I only hope that it will still be the quaint and charming place that it is now...Judy