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Driftwood Day


Cold temperatures didn't stop Melissa from collecting driftwood on the beach.
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9 comments:

  1. Oooooooooooh!
    I sooooooooo want all of that DRIFTWOOD!
    Oh I would ADORE a giveaway with nothing but DRIFTWOOD!!!!!
    XXOOXX

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  2. I love driftwood! Brrrr. that looks cold!!!

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  3. Thanks for the feature! How exciting. I follow your other blog, so now I have to follow this one too! A driftwood giveaway is a great idea Teresa. Stay tuned. I may do that soon.

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  4. I love driftwood, too. It's hard to find on our local beach...even in the "wild" areas. But every once in awhile, after a big storm, there are a few pieces scattered around.
    Jane (artfully graced)

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  5. Brrrr is right! I like driftwood, but maybe not enough to brave the cold for it. We don't really get it on Coronado Beach and it is certainly never that cold!

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  6. Ha!! I heading out in about an hour... snow and all to get some driftwood....I hope!
    xo
    Cat

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  7. OH I love driftwood but don't see any down at my beach.. unless i dismantle the shark nets!! and pull up the poles.. hhaha... have a great weekend Maya.... I hope to have some beach shots later in the week.. xx Julie

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  8. Go Melissa! She looks so cute all bundled up and that sunset is beautiful.

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  9. Oh I love this...totally me. I adore driftwood and hunt for a new piece every time I'm at the beach.

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