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Sand In Your Crack

 Beach Day 

I won't bore you with commentary.  This is one of those posts that requires no blather from your blogger.  Instead, close your eyes and picture yourself here.  Florida may be inhabited by the mentally challenged but they haven't found a way to wreck this place yet.  Unless you count the speedboat advertising boat rentals in the second picture.  

We have one of those 10' x 10' tents and we put soda and sandwiches in the cooler.  A couple cigars,  maybe a treat, a sand blanket and lawn chairs and stay a few hours.  We people watch, swim in the 84 degree Gulf waters and do some shelling.  Tough to beat a day at the beach.  And yes, Norah loves it.  


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