Have you ever seen people who blatantly disregard safety cautions at the beach? Have you ever done something totally outrageous or even dangerous at the beach yourself? Tami has written another book about her favorite place to be--the Long Beach Peninsula. Enjoy 37 hilarious full-color pictures from the vast photographic files of Outback Jack, Tami's husband. This humorous picture book contains digital proof of children, grownups and even animals disregarding the clearly posted safety rules. The waters along the Long Beach Peninsula have an extremely dangerous riptide and undertow, but quite often that fact is ignored. There is no lifeguard on duty all along the 28 miles of beach access, but there is clearly someone sitting in Papa Bear's chair. Swimming is not advised, although several people are caught doing so in very rough seas. Pet owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets, keeping them on a leash and safely away from others, but you will see animals running wild and free in all kinds of weather. If you love going to the beach or enjoy catching people breaking the rules, then this book is for you.
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About the Author
Tami and her family love visiting the Long Beach Peninsula in Washington State. Their primary home is in a high desert area in the middle of the State and so the refreshing climate along the shore is a real treat. They visit as often as they can throughout the year and are pleased to share more photos with you in this book about beach rules and those who break them. This is the eighth book that Tami has published and she was proud to collaborate with her husband; he is the "Outback Jack" who provided all of the photos for this endeavor. Her other titles include two bird books for children, a book about their homeschooling experiences, a devotional from the Bible, a memory book of the funny things her kids and grandkids said when they were little, a coloring book about all of their favorite things to do on the Long Beach Peninsula, and a journal about a very memorable trip to the European continent when she was only 18 years old. Tami loves living way out in the country where it is perfectly quiet for writing, but hopes someday to own a cottage by the sea.