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Beach Hunting March 15, 2010

Posted by Elisa Hough in Photos.
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We did a lot of scavenging on Tonaki Island:

Sigrunn’s mass of seashells

Jojo scouring for hamaguri (small clams)

My own pottery collection,
although most of this seems to have washed over from China

And best of all, this kame skeleton!

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1. Kathi Smith - March 15, 2010

I hope you can box some of these up and send them home. What a combination of sea creatures. Pottery should be recycled into some new art, too. Love the pics…-Kathi

2. Elise - March 15, 2010

Omg…amazing!!! One of my favorite things to do in the world is find neat shells and rocks on the beach! I even had a dream about doing so just the other night. Anyway…those relics look sooo cool. I hope you can bring ’em back!

3. pxl - March 15, 2010

wow! so cool. I miss the beach…

4. rachel - March 16, 2010

What is kame?

Elisa - March 16, 2010

kame = turtle!


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