Morning Beachcombing

DSCN5493Nate and I went out to the beach today to see if the storms have loosened up any debris out in the Pacific. We found one cap with some asian letters on them – and lots of natural beachcombing debris at the water line. It gives a little lift to the step to see that the little treasures have not already been picked by the vacation renters. πŸ™‚ There is still alot of sand on the beach – we found one sugar agate – but the rock beds are all covered. October. It’s not too far away!

 

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They sky was almost as beautiful as the surf.  Astounding. πŸ™‚

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3 Responses to Morning Beachcombing

  1. We picked up some crab shells just like the one you have pictured – glad to see we left some behind for the “natives” πŸ™‚ That sky is gorgeous!

  2. How’s the move to WordPress going? I plan to do the same thing but keep dragging my feet. Are you self hosted now?

    Love the post and the pics. Makes me long to be back at the beach- which is my very favorite place to be.

    • pebblekeeper says:

      So far so good. I like the new layout, larger pics to show landscapes. πŸ™‚ I’m not self hosted yet. Funny, I’ve had petraschool.com for years – with nothing really on it. πŸ™‚ This is the first year I havn’t had it. But – When I do – It will be an easy upload from here – so wordpress tells me. :)I’m not sure how your cool template works with wordpress. It was almost enough to make me want to go to blogger. πŸ™‚ Love Adori!

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