Tuesdays of Texture | Week 25 of 2016

Tuesdays of Texture is a really awesome weekly feature.  You can read about it over here; but the short version is I want to see a bit of your world so link up your post in the comments!

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This month’s week at the parents turned out to be one of the most special ones we’ve had so far.  The weather cooperated wonderfully and we got to spend a couple of amazing days at the beach.

It all started though, with a drizzle on the very first day we went out. I took a last minute decision of passing on walking a longer distance to get to the popular zone (which was SO FULL) and instead, go to a less frequented area that has a rocky shore part where, when the tide is low, little sea pools are formed and you can see all kinds of cool things.  Fishes, coral, anemone, sea crabs, and even fishes!

We ended up visiting that part every time we went because it was super entertaining and much safer.  Baby J could run around in the sand, the shore is very shallow and very slowly deeps in, and most importantly, we could pet all kinds of things in the sea pools.

One thing we saw was the friend up there.

I, the biologist, haven’t been able to identify it either through my infallible knowledge or google.  It dug into the sand super quick, was pretty much transparent, had a stingray-like tail and no identifiable “face”.  If any of you guys know what it is please enlighten me.

Click the links to go directly to each awesome participation from last week:

Have a fabulous day.  One sprinkled with adventure.  And please share a bit of it with me!

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