beach buggy

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a recreational vehicle with large tires used on beaches or sand dunes

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Stephanie Brown, marketing manager, said: "The exhibition is really good fun with a display of vehicles used on the beach and vintage surf boards from Volkswagen Camper Vans and beach buggies to Hot Rods.
For decades in Mexico, old Beetles have been turned into convertibles, lowriders and beach buggies.
Then follow chapters on lures, other needed gear and clothing, surf casting techniques, reading the surf, beach buggies, fishing from jetties, piers, and bridges, and other types of surf fishing.
Al Madam police station received a call from the parents of the two boys, who said that their sons were playing together while riding their beach buggies when they suddenly disappeared.
Two Emirati boys, 11 and 12, who had lost their way while playing in the desert with their beach buggies, were found after three hours, thanks to alert police patrols.
The Rhyl Beach Access Project includes a new ramp to make it easier for disabled visitors to get onto the bech and will also help people who want to launch small water craft like beach buggies.
Owners of sedans, 4x4s, bakkies and beach buggies may drive anywhere on proclaimed roads and on existing used tracks, except where prohibited, from the Kuiseb Delta to the Ugab River.
The 5,000 or so plovers that still populate the world have the misfortune of needing beaches to bear their young, which can be the same beaches we like to swim from and ride beach buggies on.
This is one of several yellow beach buggies tried out by firefighters on a sand and pebble Welsh beach.
Visit the location of a memorable chase when beach buggies sped along St George's beach on the southwest of the island.
Beach buggies were big business in the early 1970s and some of them can still be seen surfing the sands today.
BEACH buggies were big business in the early 1970s,and some of them can still be seen surfing the sands today.
So now the pair have off-roaders, not unlike beach buggies on maximum strength steroids, tailor-made to suit.
Bunikis was a member of the Massachusetts Beach Buggies Association and enjoyed and supported American Legion Baseball.
Bingo, Drooper, Fleegle and Snorky were four furry animals who had their own beach buggies, their own band and their own TV series - a big hit back in the swinging 60s.