Okay, just how do the professionals build their sand sculptures? Yesterday, I went to Revere Beach (in Massachusetts) to see the entries in the sand sculpting contest, and I’m puzzled. You know how if you want to do something to a high pile of sand, you have to stand on the lower part, and it tends to collapse? So how do the pros fancy sculpt the top part (or any part above shoulder level) of a sand sculpture without the lower part being destroyed? It’s only sand and water. Any ideas? The sculpts were way cool, by the way.


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security officer, library rat, cat lover, into fantasy and some scifi
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