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Aloha from Hilo

We started the day on the Big Island of Hawaii with a kayak tour of Hilo Bay, crossing the bay and riding the swells. We ended the crossing going up river to a secluded cove with banyan trees and multiple waterfalls that used to serve as power to sugar mills. 229 more words


My Kind of Magic!

Greg and I recently spent some time at Walt Disney World in Florida. The Magic Kingdom was more crowded than we had ever seen it. Spending time with family was wonderful, but I’d bet you can guess where the real magic happened! 118 more words


Bottle Top Chain Campaign

The Bottle Top Chain Campaign is part of a community project that aims to clean up our beaches and raise awareness about the damage being done to the oceans by plastic pollution. 140 more words

Whitsand Bay

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Cheers to you, Ruth! We just love a clean beach!

♬ Above the Blue and Windy Sea 🎶

“There’s a beach in San Francisco?” We get that a lot! In fact, it’s only a very short jaunt from Fisherman’s Wharf to this popular stretch of sand! 168 more words


By the Wind Sailor

Greg and I recently returned from another fantastic visit to the Bay Area (and points north).

While strolling Stinson Beach one perfect July afternoon, we happened upon a large number jelly-like oval-shaped creatures washed up on the sand. 463 more words


Beach Metal Detecting: 5 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Hunt

Today’s Featured Writer is Glenn Stock.

Beach metal detecting is a fun outdoor hobby that can also be very profitable. What makes it so great is the opportunity to explore new areas along with the anticipation of a great find.  512 more words


I Found the Beach at Lake Livingston!

It was no easy feat, but I found them: the beaches of Lake Livingston.  After failing to find a beach at Lake Conroe a couple days earlier, I was absolutely determined to find something equating a beach at Lake Livingston State Park, which is around two hours north of the northern reaches of Houston, Texas.  440 more words