So... no other place has farm raised clams?
I'd like to leave a comment but suddenly I feel myself clamming up.
I think you need to post a picture of one of those clam farms.
The clams are a big deal down there, eh? Not a bad thing to produce. Is it easy to run a clam farm? Do you plant them like you do corn or wheat and wait for clam trees to grow? When is the harvest season for clams? I'd much rather go clam picking than apple picking or pumpkin picking. Nice shot!I love streetcars too. We still have some in Boston, and we're in the process of getting some back int Providence and even New Bedford. They make a great method of transit.Taking them to the beach must have been fun.
Right back atcha! MB
The farm is such a good place to visit.I miss the farm in Brazil where I grow up!Beautiful shot!Hey...thanks for the information about "golf"in Colorado! I will think about to play in Spring, better weather for sure!;)HugsLéia
My one clam to fame was taking numerous photos of signs - I love signs and signposts. The whackier, the better.Thank you for allowing me to use your photo, I intend(ed) to link back to your blog. When I use it, I'll send you the link. It won't be until next month as I'm flying out to SEA in four days.
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