Got the "Beach Blues"? Being quarantined for fifty-however many days it has been will do that to you. As crazy beach fanatics, how can we handle beach withdrawals? Maybe this will help. It has been 60 days, 19 hours and 26 minutes since I last visited a true beach. Aren't you counting too? The novel … Continue reading Beach Blues
I've been visiting California from the time I was born, literally weeks after I was born! It's interesting to have immediate family from both the East Coast and the West Coast of the U.S. When most people think of California, I'm sure they think of Hollywood, L.A. or maybe San Diego, so I want to … Continue reading Coastal Adventures in Northern California
This past weekend, I took a trip with a friend to the North side of Virginia Beach, where I visit frequently. Usually, this beach is good for wading in the ocean, and parking a chair or towel with friends. I was a bit surprised by what we found on this visit..... SEASHELLS!! Not just … Continue reading Unexpected Treasures
First of all, let me say thank you to Dear Kitty. Some Blog for nominating Blue Love Blog for this awesome award! Please check out their blog! This is so exciting, as BLB has only been active for less than 3 months. I now would like to pass the baton on to some other amazing blogs that … Continue reading Blue Love Blog has been Nominated!
Lately, I've had a lot of people ask me whether I prefer to Cruise or fly to my paradise destination. I find there are pros and cons to both, so let me elaborate. Cruising Pros: With cruising, you have many options, and it's all-inclusive! I ventured on my first cruise back in 2013 … Continue reading Caribbean Destinations: To Cruise or to Fly?
Beautiful Ocracoke Island. Have you had the chance to venture to this little piece of heaven? My first visit was this past weekend, during my routine trip to the Outer Banks. For those of you who may be unfamiliar with OBX, it's a group of islands located off the coast of North Carolina, known for … Continue reading Ocracoke Island: A Beachcomber’s Dream
Growing up on the east coast, I've become accustomed to a variety of beaches. The further north you are, the sand appears tan to light brown, and the water is a mixture of brown, green and dark blue colors. Then, if you travel down south, the sand becomes a lighter shade of beige to white … Continue reading Don’t Judge a Beach by it’s Color
In August of 2018, My husband and I went on a family trip to Tybee Island, Georgia for my mother’s birthday. We stayed about 3 blocks from the beach, and every morning, we woke up before light and headed to the beach to watch the sunrise. It was beautiful, with … Continue reading The Sand Dollar Story