OBX means one thing to beach lovers – the Outer Banks.

Where Native Americans, English settlers and notorious pirates once trod, beachcombers’ flip-flops now walk.

Speaking of flip-flips, plenty can be packed in a duffel bag like the Sherpani Jetta Duffel Bag, along with other beach vacation necessities.

The Outer Banks’ lighthouses lining the barrier islands off the North Carolina coastline are among its most enduring images.

Come travel with us as we tour these illuminating attractions.

Built the farthest north, the Currituck Beach Light Station in Corolla was constructed in 1875.  Unlike other lighthouses down south with their black and white patterns, this still active facility was constructed of red bricks.  Open from Easter to Thanksgiving weekend, this lighthouse will reward you with an outstanding view after a hike up 214 steps. Continue Reading »