The weather has been really nice lately. When it’s warm and sunny in the U.K. the only place to be is the beach. I thought I’d never be able to walk on the pebbles, but after only one year, my feet are tougher. I think they remembered. Or I learned.
The towel was given to me by my cousin when she was visiting from New Zealand, and we had a family gathering at my Aunt’s place in Devon – where the beaches are sandy! It’s my favorite beach towel. It’s thin enough to dry quickly, yet big enough to do the job! And I like the happy-face sun and dancing star fish. They remind me of Toni.
I plucked the seaweed from the water and laid it to dry, then rolled it up and brought it home. Will check it out and see what I can do with it. One blogger tells me all gelatinous seaweed can be used for skin treatments. That would be nice, but I also want to be able to eat it.
- Snapshot: Sea Front Follies with Scary-Monster Seaweed Faces (alisonamazed.wordpress.com)
- First Sierra Leone, now France- beaches blanketed by toxic seaweed (theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com)
- Seaweed Farming (retirednoway.wordpress.com)
- Smorl’s Houmous – Chickpeas Cooked with Seaweed (alisonamazed.wordpress.com)