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Sandcastles in Ecuador? You bet!

We were driving by the beach in Salinas the other day and were astounded to see this magnificant castle made of sand.  The sign says it took the artist 45 days to build it, and I believe it!  What is strange is that he said that he did not use any glue to hold it together...take a look...

 

 

 

 

Posted on Tue, July 21, 2009 at 10:30AM by Registered CommenterBob & Roxanne | Comments4 Comments

Reader Comments (4)

dear bob & rox,

thank you thank you thank you! for your pics wisdom & all

your sharing. i am a lurker & dreamer but not a typist.

thank you both

gratefully yours

ellen & frank

July 22, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterellen munday

Hi Ellen and Frank...

Thanks for the kudos...and just so you know...being a lurker and a dreamer is just how every ex-pat I know got started on that "first step of a 1000 mile journey"

Never stop dreaming...and thanks for reading...

Bob & Rox

July 22, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBob & Roxanne

it's sunday afternoon, enjoying the air conditioning,and reading about bobnrox's latest adventures,entertaining as always. we love getting a feel of the area with the pictures. the temperature at 5:15 is a balmy 100,work is a four letter word when it's this hot!

keep posting, Brian

July 26, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterBrian B.

Hi Brian...thanks for the nice words...I notice that the day after you wrote this that Grants Pass posted 110 degrees!!! You bet "work" is a four letter word...
You guys should do no more than just replace those empty beers when it's that hot...
Say hello to everyone for us.
Bob & Rox

July 28, 2009 | Registered CommenterBob & Roxanne

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