Doesn't this first picture look like our feet are popping out of the sand? I saw the impression of his foot in the sand as he walked along, so I pressed my foot in right next to his and snapped the picture.
The waves weren't too bad, but churning enough so that it brought up a lot of rocks to the shore. Great places to find sea glass.
Here's 6' 3" hubby walking and searching for glass. His stride is so much longer than mine, I am always trying to catch up, but always snapping pictures as I go!!
It was a good sea glass day...4 pieces and big ones too!
This is the view coming back over the dunes from the ocean side to the mini harbor side.
The people who visit here for the summer are from all over and some of the boats are so beautiful.
That big yacht in the back comes every summer. Even if I were that wealthy, I would still buy FABRIC over a boat!!!
I had to take a picture of the name on the boat to the left. Can you see it? It says "Tooth Ferry"!!! That is just the cutest name ever. I am a dental hygienist, so that's right up my alley. I love to play with names like that. We need to think of a cute name for a quilter's boat!! Even though I'm not a fan of boating, I think I would name a boat "Bobbin on the Water". What sewing name would you pick for a boat?
Don't forget I'm having a little give away that is ending Wednesday. See the post from yesterday for details. There were so many people who haven't seen or heard of the mini Clover iron, so I found a link for you on the Clover website. I have no affiliation with Clover at all. I already have a mini iron, so I wanted to share the extra brand new iron that I have with one of you!!! Just a little thank you for all the inspiration that you share.