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Folding Beach Tables


folding beach tables
    folding
  • (of a piece of furniture or equipment) Be able to be bent or rearranged into a flatter or more compact shape, typically in order to make it easier to store or carry
  • Bend (something flexible and relatively flat) over on itself so that one part of it covers another
  • protein folding: the process whereby a protein molecule assumes its intricate three-dimensional shape; "understanding protein folding is the next step in deciphering the genetic code"
  • fold: a geological process that causes a bend in a stratum of rock
  • Mix an ingredient gently with (another ingredient), esp. by lifting a mixture with a spoon so as to enclose it without stirring or beating
  • foldable: capable of being folded up and stored; "a foldaway bed"
    tables
  • Present formally for discussion or consideration at a meeting
  • (table) a set of data arranged in rows and columns; "see table 1"
  • (table) a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs; "it was a sturdy table"
  • Postpone consideration of
  • (table) postpone: hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"
    beach
  • land on a beach; "the ship beached near the port"
  • A beach is a geological landform along the shoreline of an ocean, sea or lake. It usually consists of loose particles which are often composed of rock, such as sand, gravel, shingle, pebbles, waves or cobblestones.
  • A pebbly or sandy shore, esp. by the ocean between high- and low-water marks
  • an area of sand sloping down to the water of a sea or lake
folding beach tables - Cape Cod
Cape Cod Folding Beach Table
Cape Cod Folding Beach Table
Cape Cod Folding Beach Table. New from the Cape Cod Beach Chair Company--a folding beach table made from long-lasting, weather-resistant hardwood. This 18" x 18" square table is lightweight, weather-resistant eucalyptus, harvested from FSC-certified eco-friendly sources and fitted with rust-proof stainless steel screws. It folds in half so it can be easily carried to the beach, and its also great for BBQs, picnics, camping and more! Use it on its own, or pair it with the matching Cape Cod Folding Beach Chair (sold separately). 18" w x 19" h x 2" d when folded. Weather-resistant hardwood Lightweight and naturally weather-resistant, the eucalyptus wood used in this chair is FSC-certified as environmentally friendly. Easy to carry This table folds flat and its folded legs create a built-in "handle," so its easy to get it to and from the beach. For the beach--and much more! Designed to conveniently hold everything you need for the perfect lazy day on the sand, this table is also great for your patio or pool, the family BBQ, picnicking, camping, tailgating and more.

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IMG 6937 –The Sea And Its Offerings Fishing Wise And Other Uses . . .
IMG 6937 –The Sea And Its Offerings Fishing Wise And Other Uses . . .
While at Puerte Galera, I observed this fishing boat. Not sure where it originated from but it is acting as the mother ship, and attached to the side is one fishing bangka and attached to the stern are several other little fishing bangkas, tied bow to stern, like a mother duck and her ducklings. Festooned from the rigging is the washing of the crew and the brown drums at the front are fishing buckets stacked one atop the other. I am not sure how many people live on this mother vessel. There are around 8 bangkas attached to the back of this mother. The guy in front was paddling past and I waited until he lined up with the mother ship. I don't think he is anything to do with the mother ship. It was interesting to see how fast he could go using paddle-power!!!! From Kees' place I had around a one klm walk to get to this beach although it does not look like a beach here. This has been cropped quite severely and I am thrilled with the telephoto aspect of my camera. It is a beauty. I presume this boat is similar to the ones used in Asia for fishing. I presume it still works - it did not move in the two days we were there and Kees said it has been there for quite some time. While at Kees' place we enjoyed several lovely barbecues in his recently completed barbecue shelter. It is a closed in area, has a great table topped with left-over tiles from the "A" frame houses and so an interesting pattern. When he built the Lighthouse, which is circular of course, and as it goes up it goes inwards slightly or the circumference gets smaller, he had an interesting time angling off the tiles, not by much, but enough to fit in the ever-shrinking circle. Kees sure is a master craftsman, not only in yacht building, but in building his own house and he also designed his three "A" frame houses too, and so this made it easy to cast moulds of the walls, they are all concrete and once set they went into place very easily. There is always something new to see here in the Philippines. The people are lovely and friendly. While at this beach a gentleman was about to head off in his bangka to White Beach, around the headland to take people out snorkelling and fish feeding (he offered to take me there and then - I declined, maybe next time). The others did that while they were here but I chose to stay and talk with Kees as it had been around 4 months since we had seen each other, neither of us speaks Tagalog (the native Philippine language), so it was good to have a day of English LOL!!! Kees has also designed himself a folding dinghy. That’s right, a folding dinghy. It is still in the construction stage but he could fold it up and put it under his arm. It is constructed from marine ply – not bad, and is about 8 ft long!!!! He was given a little 2hp outboard motor that got dunked. He brought it home, stripped it and it is working fine now so that will power his little boat!!!! Puerte Galera is an amazing place. Rosey and I had heard about the pick pockets and trouble there. We were in the Philippines Embassy in Batangas City a few years ago now, and we met this couple there, this giant white man and his Filipina wife. Yes, you are correct, it is Kees and Weng. We mentioned about going to Puerte Galera or PG as it is affectionately known and they said:- “This is rubbish, we are form there – why don’t you and Rosey come and stay”!!!! And that was our chance meeting with this lovely couple and we became great friends very quickly. So every 3-4 months we put them on the “menu” and visit. We always come away fully refreshed!!!! Thanks for reading my latest “epistle” and many thanks for your wonderful and warm comments on my photostream. When I first started writing text to attach to my pictures I had no idea they would become so popular, so thanks again, one and all!!!!!! And God bless you where ever you may roam . . . . .
Cottesloe Beach Tea House
Cottesloe Beach  Tea House
Indiana, Perth’s premier coastal venue, is located directly on Cottesloe Beach and seems to rise effortlessly from the beach sand. Indiana offers uninterrupted views from every window, with all tables commanding views of the Indian Ocean and the magnificent sunsets beyond Rottnest Island. Please visit our News & Special Events page, in the 'About Indiana' section, to see what Special Events are happening in 2010. Indiana was once known as the ‘Indiana Tea House’. The original building was a shack-like composite, which originated in 1910, had a quaint tea room and ice-cream parlour. It served as a pit-stop for the playground that was Cottesloe Beach, Perth’s top spot for surf, sand and sun. ‘Cott Beach’, as it is affectionately known, is still the place to be. Indiana is a much-loved Perth-icon, a symbol of our affable, sun-soaked Australian lifestyle. Spring 2009 renovations have re-launched Indiana as a Modern Beach Bistro, with a fresh ‘Beach House’ look. Think: clean lines, cool white walls, bright stripes, coloured cushions, deckchairs, surfboards, towels, candles, a stunning new marble bar, and bi-fold doors that open onto the alfresco terrace on the Marine Parade street side.

folding beach tables
folding beach tables
Beach Cart with Folding Table / Drink Holders

At last, the most versatile beach table cart is here! It easily converts from a beach cart to a table! This cart will literally take the weight off your shoulders while carrying up to 4 chairs, umbrellas, towels and your other beach items. The removable wheels (2.25W x 10D inches) allow the multipurpose Beach Table Cart to fold almost flat as well as roll on all surfaces for your convenience. Perfect for the beach, park, outings, concerts and picnics!
* Folded Dimensions (inches): 38L x 4H x 17W; Weighs 13.5 lbs * Open Basket Dimensions (inches): 32L x 7D x 11W * Open Dimensions (inches): 42L x 16W * Platform Dimensions (inches): 10W x 10D

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