Golf and seashells have a lot in common

Golf is a sport but gathering seashells is a very good outdoor activity too. Both of these activities are great for the whole family with a kids and friends to enjoy. People like to play in golf or mini-golf as well as collect seashells on their vacations. The beach with seashells can sometimes locate in a very close distance to the mini-golf on your vacation paradise and you may drive a golf...
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How to make Seashell Butterfly from oyster, mussel and razor clam shells

The ocean offers us many natural treasures. Seashells are the most beautiful from them. I spent my last weekends on the New York shore, walking  barefoot along the beach, making pictures and collecting seashells without any idea how to use them after. It is my favorite relaxing spring time. Now I like to share with you one of my ideas. It is the simple instructions and suggestions for gift,...
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Unforgettable success in Wetland Institute or New Jersey Cape Seashell show 2011

The 2011 Jersey Cape Shell Show was yet another great success in long string of successes dated 37 years back. The artistic exhibit always-top notch, were even better than usually before. The truly amazing collection of Sailor Valentines becomes something of a new kind seashell art works. During all their historical development Sailor Valentines have changed from classic octagonal delicate mosaic...
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How Seashell Museum was born in Argentina

Everything changed in the life with a gift box containing fifteen seashells, which was delivered to 18-year-old Benjamin Sisterna from his brother in 1932. The young man began as a seashell collector, his passion created a lifelong fascination with seashells and oceanography. His twenty-six trips around the world in sixty years resulted in a personal nautical collection of over 30. 000...
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Romantic seashell sunset on the Plum Beach, Brooklyn, NY

Plum beach is a special place that is a part of Gateway National Recreation Area from 1972. It is located near the neighborhoods of Sheepshead Bay and Gerrnitsen Beach just off the Belt Parkway, Brooklyn. The water is not clean enough to be used safely for swimming and not remind Caribbean or Florida even with color. Many marooned and small boats can be seen from the shore. Plum Beach...
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