jean
jean

Iโ€™m spoiled to the point where a beach feels crowded if I can see more than 10 people on it.

But if I can see no one for literally miles? Now Iโ€™m uneasy because it looks like the set of a post-apocalyptic movie. ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

Pacific ocean coast landscape with lots of sand, driftwood and no humans
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Archimage
Archimage

@jean Youโ€™re up in the NW, right? The water is cold up that-a-ways ;) Pretty though. Good salmon and crabs.

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alexink
alexink

@jean Definitely looks foreboding and post-apocalyptic, Jean!

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Miraz
Miraz

@jean Clearly 'your' beach and 'my' Waikawa Beach are Twin Beaches!

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jean
jean

@Miraz We need an official sister beach program!

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jean
jean

@Archimage As an original Florida girl, it took a while to enjoy a beach that you don't swim in. (Some people do, but I regard them the way I did when I saw people swimming in the Atlantic in winter. ๐Ÿฅถ)

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SimonWoods
SimonWoods

@jean @Miraz We're currently on the hunt for our next home and "the beach" is seriously part of the criteria. So uh... beach.micro.blog might have some legs ๐Ÿ˜‚

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Miraz
Miraz

@SimonWoods @jean I like it! And the notion of extending our Sister Beaches network. ๐Ÿ˜†

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