After a sweltering day of high humidity and a heat index of around 110 last Wednesday, conditions changed overnight...literally. Thursday dawned bright and beautiful, with "cotton ball" clouds, low humidity, and temperatures in the 70s.
My son Stefen, his wife Snee, and my grandchildren, Zoe, Eakin, & Eliza, are visiting for two weeks. We all went out to the beach Thursday evening to watch the full moon rise over the Atlantic as the sun was setting in the west. Lou Ann took pictures. I will share several in the next few days.
Temperatures have been slowly climbing the last few days, but it is only in the mid 70s as I write, with the forecast calling for mid to high 80s for the next several days.
Our latest Ocracoke Newsletter is a modern day ghost tale,"Ode to Mrs. Godfrey," by guest columnist Tom McDonald. You can read it here: http://www.villagecraftsmen.com/news062111.htm.