Family Vacation of 2013
When we went to Outer Banks, North Carolina. We stayed at Big Daddy's House in Nags Head. We had a big living room which flowed into our spacious kitchen. Our up stairs was very open concept. Aside from the one bedroom upstairs and the few in the basement our middle floor was where the bedrooms were. On our middle floor we had one community full bath a jack and Jill full bath and most of the rooms had bathrooms. Upstairs we had a community half bath. Down stairs was the game room. Down there there was a pole table and fooseball table. there were a few bedrooms in the back. All the floors had access to a deck but the down stairs had access to the pool. Overall our house was amazing.
Our House at Night
Big Daddy's in the dark.
Some rooms from our house
Living room, kitchen, house at night, house in the light and our pool.
Our living room while staying in Nags Head.
During our stay my cousin, Brittanay got married to Brad. They got married on the beach and by wedding time my cousins ( Zach, Jared and Nick ) were sweating down their backs. The wedding was supposed to be at 5pm or something but since it was supposed to rain we did it at 1pm or something an d it did rain, half way through the ceremony we got a light mist but it din't matter. I was a Jr. Bridesmaid.
Having a house right on the beach was sooooo nice. We could walk to the beach as often as we wanted. Sometimes it was so windy and the sand hit your legs and that hurt really bad. We would go to the beach and walk in the ocean and since the water was so cold we would go back to our house and gt in the pool so the pool felt really warm. One day we spent the whole morning at the beach.
Hills at Jockey's Ridge
The hills at jockey's Ridge are giant
Kids Jumping down hills at Jockey's Ridge
You can get a running start and jump really far down the hills
A sign from Jockey's Ridge
The 100 Degree Day
A model of the first plane
Wilbur and Orvil Wright Flew the first plane in 1903 in Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina.
This is the Wright Brother Memorial
This Memorial is on top of a steep hill
The sign outside of the museum