Lois, this is a winner! So beautiful!
They're alive? We only get empty shells...
Maybe we should take NO sand dollars. Love the header pic. MB
Important message, Lois Anne.
And some think a "dollar" isn't worth what it once was.
Now this is a sunset. Beautiful sky and scene plus the terrific sign. As kids I don't think anyone thought of sand dollars are living creatures. Just think how many died while drying outside beach-side cottages. Nice post!
What a beautiful sunset! Next year's vacation will definetly be a beach vacation :)
Sand dollars? Shells?
Wish people could be controlled... Sand Dollar are just amazing! I've never seen so many as in Ecuador (we don't have them here)!
What's the use of it? Perhaps to use as coins in those beverage machines? :)God bless you!Cezar
i have 2
Sand dollars are little marine animals in a shell as you see on the sign...the shells are soft and easily crumbled. People take too many of them as souvenirs. Most of them get thrown away as they have to be cleaned properly or the animal inside dies and begins to stink.Thus, the sand dollar population has been shrinking for years...thus, the sign.
Don't you wonder what it feels like to be a sand dollar when some nutball tourist comes strolling along the beach, picks you up and skips you across the water at about sixty miles per hour? Talk about dizzy!
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