Fun of the Beach?

An ocean breeze puts a mind at ease.

Sunshine is the best medicine.

Life is simple: just add water.

Painted rock.

Time wasted at the beach is time well spent.

Stingray City.
Check out the woman behind them.
Wet on the beach from behind.
Attack of the seagulls.

May you always have a shell in your pocket and sand in your shoes.

Ouch.

Feeling stressed? There’s a beach for that.

B.E.A.C.H.: Best Escape Anyone Can Have.

Sand dollar.

Never give up for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.

I followed my heart, and it led me to the beach.

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From award-winning Texas author Cynthia Leal Massey.

8 thoughts on “Fun of the Beach?

        1. You know, as I read about Lawnmower Ted, I was trying hard to remember him. My brain just couldn’t recall, but I spent much of early to mid-late 70s there quite often. So, I called an old friend who remembers someone like that who was around for years. He just couldn’t recall his name. I bet it’s the same guy.

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          1. He first appeared in the late 60s, then was there and through the 70s and into the early 80s. A local character legend. The only reason I know his name is because the one time I got to visit with him at Shorty’s Bar, he told me. The two gals that owned Betty’s Liquor Store let him sleep in their storage shed when it was cold. He disappeared sometime in the early 80s, lawnmower and all. I’m working on a story about Jack Cobb, the flamboyant owner of the Seahorse Inn, which is now called Belle’s By The Sea. Jack was a great guy and could play piano as good as Liberace. Actually, he was better at being Liberace than Liberace was.

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