Saturday, November 26, 2016
Sandcastles in Port Aransas, Texas
Had a great visit with Sandi Coe and my mom, Dolores Landrum over the Thanksgiving weekend. All three of us enjoyed the sound of the surf and the feel of the sand and sun.
This was a second lesson for this group. They are one of my favorite families. The boys are really a bit too young to actually stack and carve the sand, however they give it the sandsculptor effort. I have done this long enough that I see how young kids learning through a Quick and Easy lesson can be building fantastic castles when other kids are just learning at seven and eight years of age.
They are all about having fun and helping others have fun.
After my lesson I went to relax by Beach Marker 16,
Looking toward Port Aransas, Texas from the University of Texas Marine Science Institute.
Good night Port 'A'.
Thursday, November 24, 2016
Thanksgiving Day Castle in the Sand
What a beautiful day on the beach.
Beach Marker 28 was the site of this sandcastle.
See you in the sand.
Monday, November 21, 2016
What a Castle
Sunday, November 20, 2016
Beautiful Day on Mustang Island
Lesson at Lost Colony. This was a really fun and talented group.
Thank you for playing in the sand!!!
Saturday, November 12, 2016
Love is in the Air
The beach at Marker 28 this morning.
Jon and Kristie Woodworth celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary.
Jon proposed to her again, this time with a sandcastle proposal.
Teddy bear had his own sammich.
Sandcastle Ken and the Port Aransas Sandcastle Guy starting the carve.
Selfie by Ken Barnett.
She said "YES", again.
Sunday, November 06, 2016
Quick and Easy Lesson
Saturday, November 05, 2016
Exciting Day in Port 'A'
Beach Marker 39 and a group of boys and their moms. Celebration of a birthday boy.
This was fun. They wanted to keep the lesson to something they could duplicate this afternoon with the tools they had. Seems there was to be a contest later in the day, moms against sons.
Beach Marker 17 and a great group of sandcastle students. Love these family and friend groups.
Great day in the sand.