Ocracoke T

our traveling tea cup is on the road again (our trip to California was so unexpected we never thought to take it with us)…

Traveling T Cupwe are celebrating the end of summer and beginning of fall on Ocracoke Island in the Outer Banks of North Carolina…Red Book Store (2)last time we got to visit was four years ago…

Ocracoke Beach

it is a beautiful and peaceful place with its own sweet country charms...

Ocracoke Lighthouse (2)

the 1823 Ocracoke Lighthouse is the second oldest working lighthouse in the United States whose light can be seen from fourteen miles away…Ocracoke Lighthouse (1)we find ourselves drawn to it again and again…Night view Ocracoke Lighthouseit is so photogenic…

Atlantic Ocean Traveling T cup (1)I am joining Elizabeth and Bleubeard for T today and look forward to catching up with everyone soon…

Atlantic Ocean Traveling T cup (2)I appreciate you visiting me here and I enjoy reading each and every comment very much…

Atlantic oCEAN bEACH LOVEthank you oxo

30 responses to “Ocracoke T

  1. It looks so lovely and peaceful. Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos.

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  2. What a beautiful place! Thank you for sharing your lovely photos Patty xxx

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  3. i’m loving your photos. they bring it all back to me 🙂 thx for sharing them!

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  4. East coast has never been on my radar of places to visit…I always think west. Thanks for all the photos to make me change my mind. We DO need to travel east coast style!
    Happy Tuesday!

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  5. Beautiful and I’m glad we got to see what Jim was writing in the sand.

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  6. I felt myself relax as I looked at all your beautiful pictures. I have never been to Ocracoke but it sure looks like someplace I’d love to visit.

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  7. Beautiful photos Patty!! Love the lighthouse. Being by the ocean is so relaxing and tranquil. Love it 🙂 ~Sophia

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  8. That is a very picturesque place Patty. The cottage looks like a fun place to stay too. Please say hello to Elizabeth (and Bluebeard?) from me.

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  9. BeAutIful piCs!!!! When I saw the title on the scroll of my blog, I thought it said October 1 (the drugs I’m on). hahahaha

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  10. OMGosh! I didn’t know you had a traveling teacup! That is so cool! What a beautiful, peaceful place that looks. I love lighthouses. Can’t tell you why, as I am landlocked in the middle north of the country–lol! Maybe that’s why. they’re exotic to me. 😉 Happy T-Day!

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  11. It looks like the tea cup is having a grand time and seeing some beautiful views!

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  12. Lovely to see the travelling teacup in action again and what a wonderful place that looks with old worlde charm and its own lighthouse.

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  13. Enjoy your vacation; it looks heavenly! Happy T Day!

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  14. I wish I could have fit in the tea cup 🙂 Beautiful places! xxoo

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  15. I cannot believe how late I am getting here. I went shopping today instead of tomorrow, and when I got home, could barely walk. So, laid down and just got up a few minutes ago. Sorry I’m late.

    First, that first photo is fantastic. You create the most beautiful vignettes, even when you are away from home. Truly awesome.

    I really enjoyed Mr. M. creating the word LOVE in the sand. What a genuine gesture of love and caring. And, a good photo op, too (grin).

    Glad you took the traveling tea cup on this trip. It was fun to follow you around that lighthouse and the outer banks. Never been, so that was a fun experience for me.

    Happy rather belated T from your not too punctual hostess.

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  16. oh such beautiful photos patty, so nice to be relaxing at the beach…so good for the soul 🙂

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  17. Oh how beautiful, that cup has done some miles this year 🙂 blessing to you both Dxx

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  18. What a lovely elegant cup & saucer – the colours blend in so dreamily with the boat & shell – fabulous photos too – Have a great week – Mxx

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  19. Oh to be that tea cup cruising around with the sweetest Magpie couple in the parliament.. Look how cute you two sitting on the fence :O). Your photography is breath ta-kingly beautiful, and a big hand clap for the Mister for showing you some love, yikes, I’m so filled with love here I could burst. Thanks for sharing and always giving me a warm feeling in my heart, ((( BIG HUGS)))) to you both..

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  20. I know that you know now that while you were away at a beautiful beach so were we-but in Cape May, NJ! We can’t get enough of the lighthouses either so I’ll soon be posting some pics too 🙂 There’s no better place than the beach and ocean air to keep one’s soul tank full.

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  21. Fabulous Fabulous pictures Patty. Love the Mandala. Thanks for the mini vacation.

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  22. oh my goodness it looks heavenly! I love white sandy beaches and the rolling waves. Too sweet to see your tea cup out there! always love your beautiful photos…

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  23. Love the traveling teacup! And I really enjoy following you (and it) on it’s travels! Looks like tons of fun!

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  24. I must share this post with my Mum as she would be transported when seeing the images of the ocean. She loves to paddle in the water and walk along by the water’s edge although the opportunities are so few those days but she adores such images. Strange then that I should have a slight fear of the ocean and what lies beneath.
    Your travelling teacup is always such fun and you are always so inventive.
    Have a beautiful weekend.
    Wishes
    Lynne
    P.S. I do so miss my e-mail notification of your new posts 😦

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  25. Oh dearest Patty, the sea, the wonderful Light tower, the love between you two, -all shines and speaks about a most beautiful vacation on this island.
    It looks like the : Vesterhavet in Jylland, where my mother is born… we also have light houses there, but not many functioning any more.
    Your photoes are showing such a cozy and beautiful place to relax, and have a lovely cup of tea!! I wish I could have been drinking one with you !!
    Hugs from Dorthe- xxxxxx

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  26. WOW Patty,
    what fabulous photos! I love them, cause I love the sea, where my forefathers come from, and where my familiy and I a long time spent every holliday..
    Wish you a wonderful weekend, today we have beautiful sunny autumn weather 🙂
    Warm embrace,
    Anja

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  27. looks like just the right place for a short (or long) get-away

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  28. I have always wanted to visit the Outer Banks and your beautiful photos just made me want to do that even more.

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  29. You two are totally in sync Patty – I love the last image for many reasons.
    Little cup is not a stay-at-home cup any more.
    Such a beautiful part of the world – aren’t we so lucky to live on planet Earth.
    Hugs
    Shane

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Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts here...it means a lot to me and I appreciate your visit very much oxo

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