Two Sisters and a Fiddler Crab

6:00:00 AM

We live very near the beach where we spend many 
treasured moments...




Two sisters, low tide and a whole bunch of Fiddler Crabs...

 They live in these little holes...




 If you're really quiet you can see them...




They are really quick!

When they dig a hole they bring up these little balls of sand... 




It takes a lot of patience but if you wait really quietly,
and you're really fast...


You just might catch one!




 Of course they put him right back...




and looked some more...




It was time to leave the Fiddler Crabs to their business...
 and head for home as the sun was going down...


A beautiful time to be at the beach with my girls...




 This is what we do for fun in my neck of the woods!

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5 comments

  1. My children loved to do the same thing when they were young.Such sweet memories!

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  2. Great pictures...I wish we were closer to the beach. So glad you get to enjoy it with your girls :) Chat soon, Laurel

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  3. We have little sand crabs, like those, on Southern California Beaches too and we'd do the same as your daughter (catch and release). Does the waterway go to a marina or something like that?

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  4. Found you from your firepit tutorial on Pinterest - what great memories you and your family must be creating living by the beach. I daydream about that one day ;-)

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  5. Saw you on linky party. What great photos you took! Now google following you. Please pop by, Karima :) www.karimascrafts.com

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