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Want to discover what it’s like to live on the Outer Banks?

Teresa Kelly Island Time Rambler News Spring Is Here

Want to discover what it’s like to live on the Outer Banks?

Welcome to Soul'd Life Rambler. A 10 Questions Interview with our on-the-spot fave locals. Join us with our mini-blog series, starting in May 2021, where we snag a moment or two into the world of our beloved locals living along our coast from Corolla to Ocracoke. This behind-the-sunglasses series is your opportunity to experience the OBX on your island time to catch a glimpse into the reasons why we love and choose to be stuck here on purpose and why we serve to protect our island wildlife. Do you have the kids and you stuck inside? Not on the Outer...

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Outer Banks Barrier Island daydreams that keep you going.

Teresa Kelly

Outer Banks Barrier Island daydreams that keep you going.

What is the #1 thing that gets you through these last few weeks of winter? Daydreams! The holidays are long past, all feasting has ended and while the lingering cold weather threatens to dampen your spirits...it’s your Outer Banks Barrier Island daydreams that keep you going.
Brown Pelican Surfing

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Soul'd Life WANTED TO TAKE THE TIME TODAY ON PRESIDENT’S DAY TO THANK THOSE THAT STOOD FOR OUR NATION’S WILDLIFE!

Teresa Kelly

Soul'd Life WANTED TO TAKE THE TIME TODAY ON PRESIDENT’S DAY TO THANK THOSE THAT STOOD FOR OUR NATION’S WILDLIFE!

Presidents Who Shaped America's Public Lands Thank You, Thomas Jefferson - President Thomas Jefferson’s public lands legacy centers on the 1803 Louisiana Purchase. Doubling the size of the country, the United States acquired territory that formed 15 new states and included the future sites of many national parks, including Glacier National Park, Yellowstone National Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. Jefferson also sponsored the Lewis & Clark Expedition, which led to significant additions to the zoological and botanical knowledge of the continent. Thank You, Abraham Lincoln - Despite being one of our greatest presidents, people don’t often think about President Abraham Lincoln...

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