Sunday, April 18, 2010

Day 108

Beach rocks with holes.

16 comments:

  1. First thing I do when I turn on my laptop is check out your incredible collections. I admire the discipline and want to see inside your brain. Thank you for sending me new ways to see and think.

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  2. oooh, I have this collection too!

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  3. Came across your blog in Martha Stewart magazine & have to say that I'm glad I did! Incredible & unusual collections! How did you find some of these items?

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  4. I was thinking about your blog posts the other day while driving, and the Shel Silverstein poem "Hector the Collector" came to mind. If you don't know it, you should - you might appreciate. :) http://belz.net/teaching/hector.html

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  5. I just found your blog in Martha Stewart Living. You have inspired and fascinated me!! I'm so looking forward to see your collections each day.

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  6. I used to love finding rocks like this. bonus points if there was a tiny snail in the hole! I really like your blog

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  7. these must be from bolinas...I have a similar collection...and btw, let me know where I can dump stuff off for you. It's getting a little out of hand around here...

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  8. i have some of these from bolinas!

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