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Moongate Mindful Living 7h
Survive the ride with pride! Take a chance and live your truth.
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OnDragonWingsStudio Aug 13
Sand dollar are a species of extremely flattened, burrowing sea urchins in the order Clypeasteroida. If you break open a as the of a is called, there are 5 little bones inside that…
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Kim Douillard Aug 15
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The Quizzical Crow Mar 16
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Ann Delaney Apr 25
Replying to @AnnDelaneyBeach
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Tasha Bijoux Mar 4
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Denton & Denton Jul 25
Full of it! This mornings walk was full of treasures! We felt a little hoarder-ish picking them up but they make us sooooo happy!
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beep beep May 4
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Finkle Joe Johnson Aug 2
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Tina Godsoe Jul 11
Found this on beach today. So delicate and precious
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Island Life HH Apr 18
Walking along the beach you never know what you'll find. Just remember to please be respectful of our wildlife and take only pictures.
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Mint Magnolia Jun 30
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Ocean - author Jul 2
Found a dollar on the beach today. Well, actually, fifty-cents. 😉
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Rick Barber MoonOverMaine B&B Dec 14
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4SweetK May 10
Time for a holiday by the seaside with these vintage earrings — summer is coming!!
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Trang Nguyen Jan 6
Living my childhood dream, sorting the seashells by the seashore. The very first time that I ever found intact sand dollars in the West coast (yay, I honestly have been waiting for this moment for so long! Got really lucky this time! Hehe)
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Matt Warner Dec 17
So my 7 year old just pulled this giant out of the ocean when we were snorkeling. Anyone ever seen a sand dollar this big? He is so pumped about it!
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SalishMagazine.org Aug 2
Did you ever watch a sand dollar crawl across the sand or bury itself? We've got some great low tides in the next few days, time to try it out. But sand dollars move slowly, so be prepared to watch for a while :-)
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Leica Nature&Birding Mar 7
Yes, we love birds, but sometimes it's nice to look at things that can't fly. 😉
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Laura Diehl Jul 19
May your weekend be awash in waves of peace. (Or peaceful waves, if you're lucky enough to be at a beach!)
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