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Old Apr 15, 2006, 2:46 AM   #1
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Swimming pool in clam land! Takenin a tide pool in HMB.
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Old Apr 15, 2006, 9:43 AM   #2
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That's a lot of clams! Are those colors natural? If so, what causes them? Also, what is or where is HMB?

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If you think that that was a lot of clams...check this out!!! This is the natural color and clam land is a very large under water area that can only be seen during very low tide pools. Half Moon Bay is a little coastal town in Norther California (about 15 minutes from San Francisco (w/o any mud slides). It's locatedright where Hwy 92 and Hwy 1 meet. Hwy 1 runs along the California coast and Hwy 92runs East/West going from Hwy 1 to 101.
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Wow! Is it legal to collect clams at low tide like that for clambakes, etc.?
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No, it is not. There are a lot of restrictions when it comes to environmental issues related to the tide pools. One can browse around, takes pictures and such but can not disrupt the wild life. No clam chowdermade out offresh clams from HMB. Sorry!:lol:
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