The evening before the clean-up was lovely, and we did some beach wandering. Here are some of the evening's sights. I did mention winds, didn't I? This is the effect of the wind on the trees on the bluff.
When we approached this big hunk of driftwood it appeared like a turtle. From this angle, I see an anteater. What do you see?
There was some serious sandcastle construction going on on the beach that evening.
It was razor clam season this weekend, too. There were a lot of clammers in the campground. This young clammer was happy to let me take a picture of his catch. (Click to enlarge this photo. Really, do. Look at those clams sticking their necks out.)
Litter and debris pick-up was our purpose, and this family was conscientious about finding whatever they could. Our own haul varied. I found a propeller. My husband picked up a whiskey bottle (Last year it was Russian vodka.) We found a variety of fishing floats of various sizes. Wire and bits of rope, hunks of Styrofoam from floats, and mysterious pieces of blue plastic.
That's My World this week. What's happening in your world?