Day 26 – Gettin’ Crabby

We decided to walk along the beach at night so that we could see the nightlife 🙂 We took this little video of a sand crab scurrying away from us when we got too close.

According to Wikipedia:

They breathe through gills, which they periodically wet with seawater.[2] They must also return to the ocean to release their eggs, which develop into marine larvae.

Adult ghost crabs dig deep burrows, comprising a long shaft with a chamber at the end, occasionally with a second entrance shaft. They remain in the burrow during the hottest part of the day, and throughout the coldest part of the winter.

Fascinating little guys

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My first baking efforts in a strange kitchen

Following a recipe in our eating plan Recipe Book – no sugar, all natural ingredients. So nice!

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Sleep well and see you tomorrow

Lisa

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