Brother Gaskill, a Harkers Island native, has been carving for over 20 years. He's a world-champion decoy carver who's won over 100 "Best of Show" awards and received two Second Place awards at the Ward World Championships in 2014 and 2015.
Crab Pot Christmas Trees, handmade right here in Core Sound, represent more than the holidays for Core Sounders. They stand for the resourcefulness, creativity and hard-work bred into all of us, and they represent opportunity for economic development in our community.
In Core Sound, mulleting is more than just a way to make a living — it is a way of life. It's a tradition that runs deep, especially for sixth generation commercial fisherman Cayton Daniels of Cedar Island.
Long before Cape Lookout was a National Park it was a place of human feeling. An ancestral homeland. People lived and died there. To understand Cape Lookout you must see it the eyes of people whose ancestors once lived there.