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Random Acts of Kindness: Feel Good Stories This Week

In the midst of a pandemic, the world is experiencing dark times. Sickness, unemployment, isolation, and feelings of depression and anxiety are just a few of the many side effects of COVID-19. Many say that the pandemic is bringing out the worst in people – some aren’t taking quarantine seriously and are risking getting others sick, some are hoarding items from grocery stores, and so on. But the pandemic is also bringing out the best in humanity, as people come together and create a village of hope, support, and help with those surrounding them.

Random Acts of Kindness in Hatteras Island

The tight-knit island community always pulls together to weather a storm. The storm of the pandemic is no exception – the community is decorating their homes with Christmas lights to lift spirits during this trying time. Homeowners are decorating anchors and placing them on their front porch to signify “Hatteras Strong”.

Members of the community are doing what they can to bring joy and happiness to their neighbors. One woman drove around in her golf cart, playing Christian Hymns on her flute to spread smiles among her neighborhood.

The community as a whole are volunteering and doing what they can to keep others happy, safe, and healthy. Some members are preparing breakfast and lunch for students in need at the community center in Rodanthe and Cape Hatteras Elementary school, and many are volunteering to provide childcare, support for homeschooling, grocery, and personal item delivery, and delivering hot meals to the elder and anyone in need.

Random Acts of Kindness Throughout the Nation

People all around the country are offering to help others through this difficult time. Neighborhoods and counties are coming together and doing what they can to help others stay safe and healthy. No act of kindness is going unnoticed, no matter how small or large.

Facebook pages are being created within communities in the nation. Members from the community are posting on these pages when they are making trips to the grocery store or going to get supplies and offer to pick up and drop off supplies for anybody in their community who may need it. Some post on the Facebook page when they are in need of something but can’t get it themselves or can’t find it, and people in the community jump right in and offer assistance.

Fast food and local restaurants are also pitching in. Many restaurants in all states are staying open and offering delivery and curb-side pick up services so that families are still able to eat if they can’t make it to the grocery store, or can’t find what they need. Grocery stores are also offering delivery services so that people don’t have to leave their houses and can continue to practice social distancing. Many grocery stores are even establishing “elderly hours” so that the elderly can come into the grocery store right away in the morning and avoid crowds.

Businesses Stepping Forward

Hundreds of businesses have been stepping in to help fill in the gaps. These companies are aiding first responders and healthcare workers by providing vital equipment like protective masks, as well as the rest of the nation, whether they need meals, storage, or other services.

Shore Details: Staying Healthy

At Shore Details, we are taking every precaution to prevent the spread of COVID-19 with heightened cleaning, sanitation, and disinfecting protocols. We ask that you do your part to maintain your health, and the health of those around you by frequently washing your hands, regularly wiping down and sanitizing surface areas, as well as staying in your room if you are developing any flu-like symptoms. Please stay safe in this time of uncertainty – we are all in this together!

Cape Hatteras National Seashore offers a wide range of excellent fishing opportunities. Spring brings some of the best fishing to Cape Point NC. Shore Details in Frisco beach NC offers various vacation rentals for you to stay in during your spring getaway to Hatteras Island.

Cape Point’s Geography

Cape Point NC is an excellent fishing spot thanks to its pristine geography. Cape Point is the easternmost beach of Hatteras Island, meaning it stretches out into the ocean further than any other beach in the Outer Banks. Another important factor of the fishing quality in Cape Point’s proximity to two major currents, the Gulf Stream and the Labrador Current. The Gulf Stream is a warm current that brings subtropical and big game species. Whereas the Labrador Current is a cold current from the north. These two major currents intersect to create miles-long series of shifting sandbars which attract a variety of saltwater fish. Though challenging to access this legendary fishing hole has drawn many avid anglers to the Outer Banks for decades.

Cape Point NC Vacation

After a couple of hours of fishing, you can check out the famous Cape Hatteras Lighthouse just down the street. Buxton, Frisco, Cape Point NC all make up the charm of Hatteras Island with their own attractions. At Shore Details, we strive to create the perfect vacation experience you and your family. If you’re looking to go fishing in Cape Point, check out our 4X4 rentals to help you reach the sweet spots of Cape Point Beach or a sunset drive past the Frisco North Carolina hotels. Regardless of what you decide to do, you’ll have a great time exploring Hatteras Island; as well as a comfortable spot to lay your head at the end of every day!

Book your next fishing trip to Cape Point NC with Shore Details for a memorable trip in the OBX!