Monkey Lighthouse & Clubs


"is a remote, natural island located in Currituck Sound, NC and is part of the Currituck National Wildlife Refuge. Contrary to its name, there are no monkeys on Monkey Island. It is named for the Pamunkey nation at once inhabited the area, and used the island for summer hunting."

Corolla Lighthouse, NC - Whalehead Club
1100 Club Road, Corolla, NC 27927 - (252) 453-9040

The historic Whalehead Club is large 21,0000 square foot home located on a remote tract facing the Currituck Sound in North Carolina, the structure was designed by owners Edwards Collings Jr. and Marie Louise Label Knight and contracted by Daniel Peckham between 1922 and 1925. ... "MORE INFO, see here... "

Such fun my hubby had one June weekend, where he was one place and I was another, sometimes it is nice to see different things, so I'm sharing what he visited with you, he has a best friend (the best man in our wedding in Nov 2004) and he goes to see him and his family as often as he can in North Carolina. They took a boat out and enjoyed these sights, figured you might enjoy seeing them as much as I did.

I will give you bits of mine, but no pics were taken, I was hanging out with my Mom going to a retirement party, doing errands, helping home out at her home, Dad didn't wish to go to the party, he was staying home in his recliner ...actually he was helping out by doing the "water closets", do you call them that? how do you refer to them as "water closets"? Good food, grape juice (use in place of Champagne) & good memories. Mom was shocked she didn't know more folks but it was fun to see their home and celebrate a new journey in their lives (we were celebrating a home team, 2 ladies and one gentleman). Thank you for stopping by. Hope you are well. Beth ( ; 


This N That said…
I love lighthouses...Beautiful area...Looks like the water was calm... I'll bet that lots of people look for monkeys! L O L
Linda said…
Oh, interesting about the name! I have heard of the Pamunkey tribe.

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