Yesterday sweatshirts, jackets, and knit hats were evident all around the village. Windy conditions, combined with lower temperatures and afternoon rain made it feel like winter (or at least autumn). Today is different. The sun is shining and the wind has subsided some.
The latest issue of the Ocracoke Observer came out today, with articles on old houses, new businesses, the Ocrafolk Festival, Springer's Point, the WWII "Loop Shack," Ocracoke School news, and much more. The Observer is a great way to keep up with happenings on the island. You can subscribe (9 issues per year) by sending a check or money order (made out to Ocracoke Observer) for $24.00 to Ocracoke Observer, PO Box 427, Ocracoke, NC 27960.
You can read our latest newsletter here: http://www.villagecraftsmen.com/news041506.htm. It's the story of Old Kade.
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Hey Philip, My annual trek to Ocracoke is quickly coming up. Thanks for making me feel like I am keeping up on the news of Ocracoke throughout the year. I will be subscribing to the paper now that I know it is available. Looking forward to the second week in May..It's been a long winter here in Vermont..JudyReplyDelete