“I’m fanatical about shelling and I’m an obsessed artist.” -Pam Rambo
“It is perhaps a more fortunate destiny to have a taste for collecting shells than to be born a millionaire!” — Robert Louis Stevenson
Recently written about Pam….
The New York Times got it right when they said, “Now Mrs. Rambo is a sought-after figure on the island – a shell-ebrity, if you will – because of her popular website”. As the popularity of iLoveShelling.com has increased, Pam truly has become the local shellebrity on Sanibel. She regularly participates in local shelling events on the island, sharing her love for shelling with fellow shellers and igniting the spark in those new to discovering the treasures of the sea.
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For the past thirteen years, Pam Rambo has combed the local beaches of Sanibel Island almost daily, building her collection and fostering her love for shells. Pam doesn’t limit herself to shells found locally, she and her husband travel the world’s beaches seeking out seashell treasure.
A native of Virginia Beach, seashells and the act of collecting them, also known as shelling, is second nature to Pam. As a young girl, Pam and her family would fill their home with the shells they found while vacationing at the beach. It wasn’t until after her move to Sanibel Island in 2001 that Pam’s love for shells turned into an insatiable passion.
Her passion for shelling and the sea life on Sanibel Island was what inspired Pam to start blogging. In October of 2009, Pam started a blog, iLoveShelling.com. A lifelong artist, Pam found her creative outlet in sharing her insights and love of the seashells she found with her readers. She also enjoys turning her beloved shells into beautiful works of art, like the notable two-by-four foot mirror frame Pam created using more than one thousand worm shells.
The genuine joy that she has for shelling comes through in her blogging and has gained notoriety with fellow shellers throughout the nation. Her expertise has led to national media attention, including an appearance on CBS Sunday Morning with correspondent Bill Geist, and interviews with CBS Travel Editor Peter Greenberg as well as the Swedish Television Network SVT.
“It’s great to have a reason to be out on the beach—it’s not complex, it’s relaxing,” says Pam. “Shells are nature’s treasures, and shelling is a great treasure hunt.”
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Wanna shell together? We’ll have a blast! Join me on the beach at one of these venues… CLICK HERE
Check out my Shelling Shop that includes tee shirts, mugs and calendars…. CLICK HERE.
Ive also designed the perfect waterproof Seashell Identification card to take with you to the beach. It’s only $4.99! CLICK HERE
Oh, and meet my shell crazy husband, Super Sheller Clark!