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Emerald Isle’s Ancient History

Dec 10 2014

by Catherine Hamrick

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A trip to Emerald Isle, along North Carolina’s Crystal Coast is a little piece of paradise in winter. Not many dwellers. But do bundle up for beach strolls. Nature at your chilly finger tips.
You will avoid the swelling population of 50,000 visitors who crowd rental properties during summer high season. Fortunately, no tower hotels allowed! Just a few condos scattered  among homes. It’s all about family.Emerald Isle remains committed to local ecology. It nourishes beaches lost to long-shore drift and erosion.

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The endangered loggerhead sea turtles journey from Florida to this coastline, where the mothers bury up to 200 eggs. Then they venture back to the sea. About two months later, the babies hatch and slip into the water. The Emerald Isle Sea Turtle Program preserves and tracks these ancient creatures.

A long history worth preserving.

Link to The Emerald Isle Sea Turtle Program=http://www.seaturtle.org/nestdb/?view_beach=91
 Photo Credit:
Upenda Kandra
https://www.flickr.com/people/99613680@N00

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After a few years as a copywriter for the Southern Living Advertising Department, editor and writer Catherine Hamrick learned her craft in the magazine and book divisions of media giants Time Inc. and Meredith Corporation. She taught writing, literature, public speaking, and business communication at the university level. As a freelancer, Catherine has tackled "almost every topic but porn and physics" and has managed editorial projects or co-authored branded books for imprints such as Southern Living, Oxmoor House, Meredith Books, Better Homes and Gardens, Traditional Home, Country Home, Midwest Living, The Home Depot, Ortho, and Lark Publishing. Certified in social media marketing, she coaches students and professionals in writing resumes, cover letters, and online profiles. She is also a ghostwriter—that is, a professional keeper of secrets. Connect @ChamrickWriter or drop by her blogs: Random Storyteller (https://randomstoryteller.com) and Catherine Hamrick: Writer, Editor, Social Media Human (https://catherinehamrick.com).

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