Every year about this time i find things that anyone can purchase even with an allowance. I started with Studio 205 or affectionately Andy’s store .
My favorite item flip-flops which wear well and are only $12.99 Actually there is so much with low prices then I spotted these unique antique bobbins. I have no use for them but a collector certainly would enjoy displaying or anyone working with fiber art. On to Starbuck where I had previously purchased reusable take out mugs for my beach forays with friends.
These mugs were discreet and quite attractive for the minimalist. Ok Kilwins was next in the past I had seen things but this time only perishables.
I guess we do need stocking stuffer and they speak for themselves. The Surf Shop was my next stop. You name it they have everything that surfers need like hand crafted wrist bands, even some sort of local made pomander
but I like the Sunglasses which I miss-place often . Now on to the French place right next door to the health food store. Last time I featured the French bar glasses or should I say the iconic French Glass ware. But I found these wonderful hand towels, made in Normandy, priced right and 100 % cotton. A great hostess gift when a bottle of wine sends the wrong message. Check them out. Now on to our favorite Paws on the Avenue. Yes, dog tags are always nice but how about these toys.
This gefilte fish tickled my funny bone, then of all things a dredle. Oh well why not. Then the one store most go to as all the prices are reasonable for these imports. It’s been some years since i saw didgeridoo that were so readily available.
Artist Fred Hunt had acquired one and taught himself how to do the round breathing at age 72. Give it a try only $9.99 and you can add more design and colours to them. Have you a would be musically inclined person in your home? A recurring image is part of our tropical make up, life style is the Flamingo this blog started with one and here ends with one. More to come about shopping within this Charming quaint little seaside town with a beach of its own.