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Signs that make you go “Yay!”

Posted by Jody on August 3, 2012

“Are we there yet?”

This way to Boulder Beach!

Yay! Grab your sand pail!

Boulder Beach, Lake Mead, Nevada

Now, where’d  he go?

FYI: The boy with the sand pail image is the National Park Service’s pictograph to signify a designated area for “wading.”

Where will you be wading, swimming, sunning or beachcombing this weekend?

7 Responses to “Signs that make you go “Yay!””

  1. seapunk2 said

    Still bike riding in the neighborhood, waiting for the tourists to go home. 🙂
    We sneak in early afternoon walks on the beach – most folks have gone to dinner and the beaches are sans people for the most part.

    • Jody said

      Sounds like a plan! We’re thinking of finding a swimmin’ hole in Colorado or heading for a NM lake beach. We’ll have to see how the weekend develops. It’s the season for afternoon/evening thunder, lightning and rain.

  2. Gunta said

    I suspect you know where I’m headed. Same old boring beach… 😉

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