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Plastic Beach Buckets

Going to the beach is something many of us consider a treat. People travel for hundreds of miles to find a good beach, and for many people the ideal holiday is relaxing on golden sands under the warm sun on a beach somewhere.

Part of this tradition has always been the plastic beach buckets. These plastic beach buckets have been with us since we were children, there to play with in all sorts of ways. The bucket and spade is pretty much the ultimate symbol of a seaside trip, no trip to the beach is complete without using spades and plastic beach buckets to help make a sand castle.

Of course plastic beach buckets come in all shapes and sizes these days, though of course the 4 turret castle is still the most popular. But you can get all kinds of glorious shapes and designs... you are no longer lumbered with just the one option.

For most of us the fond memories that we carry for plastic beach buckets hark back to our childhoods. We would play for hours with the bucket and spade, and a long way from simply being 'as directed'.

Of course they were great for helping make sand castles -- though often they were employed for scooping up sand to create a giant castle rather than simply being used as a predetermined design for the castles.

They were used as carrier bags for children to collect and carry all sorts of items they found interesting, such as shells and stones.

They were also used for keeping alive any sea creatures children had found and wanted to examine closer -- from fish in rockpools to crabs.

Plastic beach buckets have a long and varied history of use, and one that continues today... the popularity of these sand castle makers is a long way from being over.

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