Sandy November

Driftwood Log

Driftwood Log

Opal and Agathe took advantage of a break between rainshowers, and dashed to the beach a few blocks from the Hitty Cupboard…

Kelpic Knot

Kelpic Knot

The sandy seashore was pretty narrow as it was close to high tide, but still there are neverending delights awaiting a curious adventurer or two…

Boom log chain hole

Boom log chain hole

…such as this boom log and chain hole with its broken link still inside…

 

Teeter Totter

Teeter Totter

…and easily assembled play equipment!

 

Calico companions

Calico companions

They were glad to get out for a little bit – but now it is pouring rain again!

 


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10 thoughts on “Sandy November

    • We like the kelp knots that form – after a storm is particularly delightful! Ever since reading “Hitty – Her First Hundred Years”, I have inspected every tide pool carefully for lost Hittys…but you are right – there could be endless Hittys in all the driftwood on the beach!

  1. The girls are having such a great time playing on the beach. They probably do not want to be back to their hitty cupboard !!

  2. These two Hittys never seem to tire of wholesome curiosity..you can always see it in their expressions-“More, more, more, give us more to explore.”

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