Clamming

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, June 5, 2011 Under: razor clams

This picture is our Boston Terrier "Gracie." She loves to hide under the covers of our bed. Many times the only way we know she is there is by hearing her snore. 

We are spending this weekend in Seaside, Oregon. We went out clamming this morning, too early for retired people to be out and about. But we joined the crowds of several hundred clammers out on the beach. It was not a good day for clamming. The little bivalves were keeping a low profile today. I got a clam in the first hole I dug. That was the only clam of the day for us. We are going to try again tomorrow. It takes five clams to make a decent breakfast of clam and eggs. 

Tina is in Missouri with her dad. Kurtis is working on getting his ankle to flex. Hopefully, he can relieve some of his pain that way. Doug is fighting the battle of the lawns and I am working on the manuscript for Infinitely Trees.

Thanks for checking in. You can email me at karenwrites@frontier.com

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Clamming

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, June 5, 2011 Under: razor clams

This picture is our Boston Terrier "Gracie." She loves to hide under the covers of our bed. Many times the only way we know she is there is by hearing her snore. 

We are spending this weekend in Seaside, Oregon. We went out clamming this morning, too early for retired people to be out and about. But we joined the crowds of several hundred clammers out on the beach. It was not a good day for clamming. The little bivalves were keeping a low profile today. I got a clam in the first hole I dug. That was the only clam of the day for us. We are going to try again tomorrow. It takes five clams to make a decent breakfast of clam and eggs. 

Tina is in Missouri with her dad. Kurtis is working on getting his ankle to flex. Hopefully, he can relieve some of his pain that way. Doug is fighting the battle of the lawns and I am working on the manuscript for Infinitely Trees.

Thanks for checking in. You can email me at karenwrites@frontier.com

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Clamming

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, June 5, 2011 Under: razor clams

This picture is our Boston Terrier "Gracie." She loves to hide under the covers of our bed. Many times the only way we know she is there is by hearing her snore. 

We are spending this weekend in Seaside, Oregon. We went out clamming this morning, too early for retired people to be out and about. But we joined the crowds of several hundred clammers out on the beach. It was not a good day for clamming. The little bivalves were keeping a low profile today. I got a clam in the first hole I dug. That was the only clam of the day for us. We are going to try again tomorrow. It takes five clams to make a decent breakfast of clam and eggs. 

Tina is in Missouri with her dad. Kurtis is working on getting his ankle to flex. Hopefully, he can relieve some of his pain that way. Doug is fighting the battle of the lawns and I am working on the manuscript for Infinitely Trees.

Thanks for checking in. You can email me at karenwrites@frontier.com

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Clamming

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, June 5, 2011 Under: razor clams

This picture is our Boston Terrier "Gracie." She loves to hide under the covers of our bed. Many times the only way we know she is there is by hearing her snore. 

We are spending this weekend in Seaside, Oregon. We went out clamming this morning, too early for retired people to be out and about. But we joined the crowds of several hundred clammers out on the beach. It was not a good day for clamming. The little bivalves were keeping a low profile today. I got a clam in the first hole I dug. That was the only clam of the day for us. We are going to try again tomorrow. It takes five clams to make a decent breakfast of clam and eggs. 

Tina is in Missouri with her dad. Kurtis is working on getting his ankle to flex. Hopefully, he can relieve some of his pain that way. Doug is fighting the battle of the lawns and I am working on the manuscript for Infinitely Trees.

Thanks for checking in. You can email me at karenwrites@frontier.com

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Tags: razor clams 
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Clamming

Posted by Karen Hessen on Sunday, June 5, 2011 Under: razor clams

This picture is our Boston Terrier "Gracie." She loves to hide under the covers of our bed. Many times the only way we know she is there is by hearing her snore. 

We are spending this weekend in Seaside, Oregon. We went out clamming this morning, too early for retired people to be out and about. But we joined the crowds of several hundred clammers out on the beach. It was not a good day for clamming. The little bivalves were keeping a low profile today. I got a clam in the first hole I dug. That was the only clam of the day for us. We are going to try again tomorrow. It takes five clams to make a decent breakfast of clam and eggs. 

Tina is in Missouri with her dad. Kurtis is working on getting his ankle to flex. Hopefully, he can relieve some of his pain that way. Doug is fighting the battle of the lawns and I am working on the manuscript for Infinitely Trees.

Thanks for checking in. You can email me at karenwrites@frontier.com

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