That's a hard one for me to answer. I've only been to a handful of beaches in my whole life. I'm from Nebraska, and live in Nebraska now. It's smack dab in the middle of the US. If you are a big Counting Crows fan they sing a song called, Omaha. Even though they hadn't been here before writing the song, it depicts where I live pretty well. Outside of where I live there is mostly grasslands. I live in a city, so the prairie is outside of my town. It's pretty to drive through because you can see for miles and miles. There are no huge trees, or mountains blocking your view throughout most of the state.
Back to Beaches:
Considering the fact that we don't have any here, I've gotten really excited at all the ones I've gone to. There are rivers here. Rivers they've tried making into a faux beach. I heard that they have a lot of broken glass at them, so I haven't gone to check them out.
I went to Galveston, Texas with a few friends when I was in high school. I had fond memories just because it was the first beach I had ever been too. It was also fun because I was there with friends.
I went to Cancun with my Mom, younger sister Terra and Grandparents when I was in high school. I was always told not to drink Mexican water, I thought that meant even bottled water, so I didn't drink anything all day. The beach was fun, but I got too much sun, didn't drink enough water, and literally passed out at the end of the day. My Grandpa was pounding on the bathroom door because he heard me drop. It was also odd because a few Mexican guys kept trying to hit on me; I'm assuming it was because I was light skinned. Considering that I was with family I was so embarrassed.
I went to Tybee Island in Georgia when I went to grad school in Savannah, Georgia. I wish I could have gone many more times than I did. My roommate had a car, but her family owned a beach house in Maryland. The beach wasn't too exciting to her. I loved it! That's probably the beach I remember the most because I lived there for 2 years. I loved the Spanish moss that hung from the trees there. I know this isn't a beach, but I enjoyed River Street to. I loved the cobble stones, shops that sold salt water taffy, the spot I stood where my voice echoed, the big ships and boats that went by, and the street performers that were all over.
What is your favorite beach?