Sneaky ways to keep your valuables safe at North Coastal San Diego Beaches!

by Barbara Maguire

With the heat turning up this weekend, here are some tips for visiting our North Coastal San Diego Beaches!

Storing your valuables:
1. Use a lotion bottle to hide valuables. Cut off the top and stash your wallet, money, and keys. Replace the top.

2. Or, you can use a large peanut butter jar and bury it in the san (under your blanket or beach chair). 
3. You can also sew a wash cloth onto a corner of your beach towel to make a pocket. Put items in a sealable plastic bag, and place them inside the pocket. Lay the towel pocket-side-down so no one can see it.

General packing and clever tips for a great day at the beach:
1. Use a mesh hamper for beach toys. The sand will fall right through!
2. If you must use your phone at the beach, place it in a plastic baggie. The touch screen will still work.
3. Bring cupcake liners. They can be placed over drinks and under ice cream/popsicles.
4. Re-use plastic containers like Coffee Mate bottles to dispense snacks/crackers.
5. Make sure to bring a few trash bags for your own trash and perhaps to pick up a bit around you, leaving the beach better than you found it.

6. Place a roll of toilet paper in a plastic baggie. Public restrooms run out sometimes! Don’t laugh this is a great tip ………

Barbara Maguire – Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty

Your North Coastal San Diego Connection in Real Estate


Published on 2017-07-08 02:19:46