Anyone remember making drip castles? Today on our dog/beach walk I came across drip castles that were being formed by melting chunks of sea ice. These chunks of ice get attached to the ocean floor and in storms they are often flipped over. The ice chunks land on the beach so the mud is on the top. Today is the first time I have seen drip castles being formed from melting ice and sand/mud.
|Beach walks are a treat other than all the dead fish and what not the dogs love to eat or roll in--ugh! I am facing south and north is obviously behind me, with Norton Sound on the west.|