What a beautiful sight to see!
Cayo Costa loaded with shells this week.
OLIVES and SHARKS EYE
and WHELKS , Oh my!
Exciting finding a beach buck
on shallow water bars… what luck.
Oooh how we swoon
Blue skies and calm water swells
Make it easy to find mini shells.
SEASTARS with new arms
Smiles with lotsa charms
It doesn’t get much better than these cuties
With soooo many shell-looties!!!!
Our iLoveShelling Adventure was such a blast
Catch our next Captiva Cruise before its passed.
Heeehee- just felt like a little rhyme time today…. But seriously, we had so much fun and I’ve got new dates for iLoveShelling cruises! Check them out CLICK HERE
Wow… some gorgeous photos here Pam!!!
Happy Times. :)
Hi Pam! I love your blog and enjoy your photography very much. Where did everybody get the net-like shelling bags? Thank you! Michelle, Chicago🐠🐚🐟
Another fabulous day cruise shelling bliss! Thanks for sharing, Pam. Is this the cruise that lands at a dock instead of having to climb the boat ladder?
Hi Christine – yes it lands on the dock now…. no ladder! I hope to see you again- it’s been way too long. Hope you both are doing well
I had so much fun on that trip. It was amazing to see the beach just bursting with shells.
If you haven’t taken one of these cruises with Pam, you’re missing out on a wonderful experience. Don’t miss it!
What a great day! We went to Cayo Costa the first week of January, and although the weather was perfect, the shelling that day was terrible. I am jealous of the awesomeness of your haul! Congrats!
What a poet you are Pam!! What a great shelling day! 😀
I do love me a nice, shiny sunray venus! :-)
We had an amazing experience! We all follow the blog and have done so for years, so nice to finally meet you and find out you are even more personable than you appear on video :-) The followiing a.m. we went back and Elliot was our guide again. We’ll be watching for shelling updates after the nasty storm passes!!! Ah…the shells
“The blue hat girls” Hannah, Donna, Linda and Pamela