Saturday, June 30, 2012
Wet Beach Day
Last night's birthday castle is still standing this morning.
Glad to see the rain but, not good for the sand castles. Ground is saturated and it is hard to stack the sand when it is.
Three guys from Tilden got their noon lesson in. Well sort of. It started raining during the carving phase and the towers started melting. They were happy just learning the stacking and playing in the rain. For being good sports I gave them a free copy of my sand sculpting book. Thanks for the fun time on the beach guys.
Getting rested up and spending time with my buddy, Tweeny, while I can.
See You In The Sand!
Friday, June 29, 2012
Birthday Castles Started The Day And Closed The Day
Port Royal Ocean Resort was the start of the day with a birthday castle.
Cinnamon Shores sand castles was the first stop for this family. Just got into their digs and came out to the beach for a sand castle lesson.
Ta Dahhhh. Thank you for making me a part of your birthday surprise.
See Ya In The Sand!!!!
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Sand Castles From A To Z
First was watertable castles courtesy of Port Royal Ocean Resort.
Then a great lesson in the shade of Horace Caldwell Pier
Then an advanced lesson; again under the Pier.
Another Great Day In Port 'A'
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Port Aransas Sand Castles
Started the day with a group staying at the Executive Keys Condos in Port Aransas, Texas.
Then down to marker 8 for another great group of students.
Access Road 1A is the last class of the day.
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Mustang Island Castles
Started with back to back lessons at Port Royal Ocean Resort.
Another great Port Royal sand castle crew.
Then to Cinnamon Shore for this great crew of students.
Their Dads did help a bit but these guys got busy the minute I got on the beach. Great job, great castle!
The flip side
This was the Dyrk Strong castle from yesterday, still standing.
Mustang Island where castles are king.
Monday, June 25, 2012
Great Day On The Beach.
Started the day at Keepers on Hoarce Caldwell Pier.
A group of campers from Oklahoma had a lesson in the shade of the pier.
Then to marker 2 & 3, a very popular location for sandcastles this year.
And the flip side. These guys did great work
Thank you all for coming out and playing in the sand.