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Smaller Than I Had Ever Felt

Smaller Than I Had Ever Felt

Posted by Eric Coley on 24th Aug 2014

I remember, fairly vividly my first trip to the Outer Banks as a youth. I was around eleven years old when my brother, father, mother and I all piled into my father’s hunter green Chevrolet pick-u … read more
Adrift

Adrift

Posted by Eric Coley on 16th Aug 2014

In Norse mythology, the first two human beings to walk the Earth were Askr and Embla. Odin, the chief god of the mythos, chose for this task two pieces of driftwood that had washed ashore, one a st … read more
The Currituck Light

The Currituck Light

Posted by Eric Coley on 9th Aug 2014

There are few things as iconic or as defining as the lighthouses that dot the Outer Banks of North Carolina. These towering monoliths evoke a sense of wonder and excitement in all those lucky enoug … read more

From the Cradle to the Kiln

Posted by Eric Coley on 4th Aug 2014

There is a tradition among Southerners; we fend for ourselves. The very idea of asking for help leaves a sour taste in our mouths. We are craftsmen, fishermen, hunters and farmers. It should com … read more