The aluminum beach chairs have come out of the garage and our Moroccan baskets hold the beach things. We are back on the beach!
When the kids were little, we would bring them to the beach with only shovels and pails which kept them busy for hours at the water's edge.
Swimming between the green flags, please.
People think that Long Island is so crowded, but you can find oneness on the beach. Click photos to enlarge and enjoy. Can you smell the salt air?
This gentleman built the elegant castle of sand with a few plastic forms, but the ramp reminded me of an Egyptian pyramid.
As children we would "pop" this type of seaweed when it was dried and crispy.
No one out there except the "pencil" monument designed by Moses after Italian architecture he saw in Europe. Looking West.
Children build sand castles.
This young man was trying to build a barrier for his creation, but you know what happens with the sea. You cannot stop it. A beautiful day at one of the most peaceful stretches of beach on the planet. We try to get here at least once a week.