25 June 2009

Beach combing









Although the weather was blustery today, #s 3 & 4 and I went beach combing at Picnic Point Park today.  The tide was really, really low and it was such fun to walk along in our rubber boots, picking up things and combing through the seaweed to find treasures and surprises!

12 comments:

*SparkleMirror* Kiln-Fired Art Studio said...

Such heart-warming photos... glad the three of you had a wonderful time! Did you get to see any trains?

Kimberly said...

This is so amazing to me. I have never experienced beach combing like this, neither have my children. These photos are precious of your kiddos! I hope y'all know how fortunate you are. It is 103 and dry, dry, dry here! Are those star fish? I've never seen a live one before! Wow!!! This is why I love blogland...I get to experience such cool stuff. :) KIM

Juju said...

OMG
These are wonderful. Thanks for sharing them.

FrenchBlue said...

How fun and how adorable. You took pictures that will be treasured forever. Great great shots!
xo's

Alicia said...

A day to be treasued as much as the gifts of the sea. This is what life is suppose to be & I'm appreciative that you shared it too.

Susan said...

great shots! :) Looks like fun!

Susan @ www.peanutpetunia.blogspot.com

Kristin said...

I love this and the adventure of it all. Hope it was as much fun as it looked.

Jeanneoli said...

What a fun day and love the sweet pictures.

Simone said...

I love beach pictures, looks like you had a wonderful day :)

blondiensc said...

Gorgeous photos, your boys looks so cute in their rubber boats and enthusiasm...the sea creatures are creepy to me, but little boys love that kind of stuff! :) Happy weekend Kimberly.

Lee Beth said...

Oh my goodness! What are those things in his hand in the one picture? I guess that's why my grandma always says, "I love the ocean, but not what's in it." The ocean is just fascinating isn't it? Why do these scientists spend so much time exploring the universe when what is right down here on the ground is just as much a mystery and even more interesting? Well, I think so, anyway.Really like your blog, thanks for checking out mine.

Beach Vintage said...

Fabulous photos here.