Mo and Beth Vandesteene, managers of the KOA at Cape Hatteras know are the true meaning of Southern hospitality.
John and Sage from Pennsylvania pose in front of our Winnebago Destination.
Dave waves from next to Manny and Angela Negreiro's motor home at the KOA cape Hatteras campground.
Sunrise at Rodanthe, N.C.
Our Winnebago Destination in all her glory!
A few campers enjoying the KOA lifestyle stop to say "hello" and share a snack.
My neighbors to the right at the KOA campground were the the Negreiro family of Florida. From left are Ariana and Nathan, their parents, Manny and Angela and their German Shepard, Zeus.
The Cyr Michaud and Wilson families enjoy their outdoor breakfast.
Dave enjoys muffins and bisquits Carolina style.
Our "Great American Vacation" recipients chat with Dave Price.
A big, lively early-morning crowd came out to greet us at the Roanoke Island Festival Park in Manteo, N.C., for the second Caribbean Island dream vacation giveaway.
Elanit and Aaron Faeth, two volunteers from the Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge, came out to promote the need to keep nature's creatures, who share these spectacular Island habitats, cared for in these ever changing times on the Outer Banks.
Beth Vandesteene, with Mo, in the background enjoyed the festivities.
Players from the Village reenactment and Guild of St. Andrews troupe.
Players from "The Lost Colony" -- longest running historic drama group in the United States. Since 1937, over 4 million visitors have seen this dramatic story of America's earliest beginnings, which is now celebrating its 70th year.
The crowd gathers at the Roanoke Island Festival Park in Manteo, N.C., for the second Caribbean Island dream vacation giveaway.
A camera-ready Dave Price with the crowd in Manteo.
Dave, Paige and Amy of The Early Show were all smiles in Manteo.
Carolyn McCormick of the Outer Banks Visitor's Bureau is ready to cue the audience.