Sunny and Warm Thoughts from Sandbridge
We hope you are enjoying this Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday today and thinking about making 2017 vacation plans on Sandbridge. Today is historically a very heavy booking day as folks have the day off and start to think warm thoughts. Just a reminder that you can reach our reservations agents via telephone any time 24 hours a day. We would be happy to discuss with you your next Sandbridge vacation!
Cold, Cold, Go Away!
Brrrrrr……is it some kind of cold here in Sandbridge today and so we have been looking forward to sharing our photo memory from this past summer with you all weekend!
Happy New Year!
The phones are very busy today here at Sandbridge Blue as folks have realized it is time to start thinking about booking their 2017 beach getaway. Be sure you make your plans sooner rather than later as selections are at their best right now, but the premier properties and the best dates will be booked up soon. When you make your 2017 booking you can start to think about all of the memories you and your family will make when you come and visit us in Sandbridge.
All of us here at Everything Sandbridge hopes you and your family had a very Merry Christmas yesterday and enjoying the holiday season.
Best Day Ever!
We love getting photographic memories of our guests’ stays with us at Sandbridge Blue. We enjoy seeing the smiles, and we are reminded each time we get one about how special family memories are, and how many cool things there are to do in the area.
Pooped in Sandbridge
Happy Monday. A gloomy and rainy Monday here on the coast, but at least the temperatures have warmed overnight from the 20’s and 30’s we saw over the weekend.
Post-tropical cyclone Matthew continues to speed away from the U.S. mainland at a rate of 15 miles per hour, but its impact was definitely felt here in Sandbridge over the last two days.
Storm comes closer than expected
Hurricane Matthew is now known as post tropical cyclone Matthew, but the storm continues to cause problems for us here in Sandbridge today.
Hurricane Matthew remains a strong and dangerous storm that has impacted thousands of people and created millions of dollars in damage and loss of life. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of the people affected by the storm to our south.
Waiting and watching
As like everyone else in the Southeast U.S. we are watching closely the forecast track of Hurricane Matthew. As of early this morning (10/5/16) Hurricane Matthew is rated a category 3 hurricane with winds in excess of 115 MPH and is located south of the Bahamas. The storm’s projected path shows the storm moving up the east coast of the U.S. moving parallel to the coast off of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.
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