Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Shelter Cove......

Black Sands Beach is a rare black sand beach within King Range National Conservation Area -- stretching 25 miles. From Shelter Cove, near sea level, the black sands continue past the jagged mountains that reach King's Peak, 4,087 feet.
This is a beach like none I have never seen! I brought back a bottle of this sand! And as you can see from the picture above - when the sand is wet it is an amazing BLACK!

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Why do I blog?

I have never been one to keep a journal. I have never been able to write in a diary for more than a week! I have countless scrapbooks that still need to be journaled. I do this in hopes of becoming a better journalist. I do this to document everyday life. I do this so I don't have to scrapbook EVERY picture! I do this for me, our friends and family, & mostly the kids. One day they will have it all - because I took the time to document all the little things that REALLY do matter. Everyday life....all the little moments you & I can't remember because the memories are long gone.......