Blue Seashells Postcard

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I spent a lot of time picking up seashells along the Florida coastline when I was a resident there, and the blue shells are some of my favorite. Because they all somewhat match, I arranged them around a white moon shell and took this photo to use in my Millhill shop.

Blue Seashells Postcard

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As my son and I boat around the Indian River and Intracoastal Waterway on Florida’s east coast, I get photos and share stories on this blog. Click one of the images below to read more.

my feet sunk into the mud

A Muddy River Walk To Identify a Clump

Last September I had a good day out on the boat. Low tide offered some interesting sea life finds. I was so excited by getting a really good hermit crab video, that I neglected to write about another aspect of the trip. I took a long walk across the muddy flats to inspect a large […]

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manatee just beneath the water

The Indian River – Fishing and Manatees

In October some friends came to visit and we went fishing on the Indian River. The water was exceptionally clear that day and we could easily see manatees near the boat. We all enjoyed the beautiful weather and the fishing was pretty good. Where is the Indian River? I often write about being out on […]

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beach spider

Little Beach Spider

I took this video of a little beach spider back in October during a walk along the beach. At least it looks like a spider. It could be a tiny crab, but it has eight legs that look more like spider than crab. As I slowly combed the sand for seashells, I noticed this tiny […]

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