Left high and dry

When the tide is out at Tickera, it is really out!  However, the upside is that mud crabs are plentiful in this area, and it’s a really quiet peaceful place.  The little township of just over 100 people, mostly retirees, feels like a place that time forgot – in a good way.  Slow-paced…..the way life is meant to be…..


8 thoughts on “Left high and dry

  1. I loved to explore the beaches at low tide. So many things were brought back from hours of muddy tramplings. The smell of the air lasted longer than everything else. It’s still here with me.
    Beautiful picture. 🙂

    • I love to read Rachel Carson when she writes about the sea edges and its treasures. Glad you have the memories of times exploring this environment.

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