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The book and the Outer Banks island
BOOMER heads to the Chicamacomico Life-Saving Station in Rodanthe, on the northern part of Hatteras Island.
BOOMER's Paula Neely takes a look at several of the OBX's mega homes.
BOOMER's OBX issue explores some of the area's more pristine beaches, like Carovan.
One of the barrier islands' famous lighthouses
The NASSC, the “world Cup” of amateur, pro/am sand soccer
An excerpted passage from Ray McAllister's newest book, "Ocracoke: The Pearl of the Outer Banks"
Dividing the costs can make even an oceanfront home a bargain paradise, as long as you rotate the master bedrooms
The Outer Banks of North Carolina are both a place and state of mind.
In the far side of Hatteras Village, just past the ferry terminal to Ocracoke Island, lies the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum, a fascinating little museum that is the perfect day trip for anyone visiting the Outer Banks.