By Jeff Leacock The beach is filled with the makings of a beach party, but a beach sandcastle made of a baby is out there waiting for you.
The bizarre contraption is a sandcastle built on the sand, made of sandbags, with the goal of holding a baby at its waist, The Associated Press reports.
The baby has been floating for days in the ocean, and the sandbags have become an important part of the process, creating a floating baby.
Sand is a crucial ingredient for creating a sand castle, because it’s not easily broken down.
Sandbags need to be filled with water before they are sanded, and that water needs to be constantly brought in.
Sand is also incredibly expensive, and when it rains, it can be incredibly expensive to fill the sand castle.
But this baby has not been lost.
It was spotted last week, and now, according to the Associated Press, the sandcastle is being auctioned on eBay.
A buyer is being solicited to bid on the baby, which was built in 2006.
The seller is asking for $300,000 for the baby.
The baby is floating in the sea in an underwater cage.
The sandbags are filled with ice and water, and it’s up to the buyer to figure out how to bring it back out.
The buyer is hoping to find the money to get the baby out of the sea.
The seller says that the sandbag has been used as a floating platform for hundreds of years, and is one of the oldest sand castles in the world.
The mother has a different view on the origin of the sand bag.
“We didn’t build it for a baby,” she told the AP.
“It was created to protect the beach.
It’s supposed to be an attraction, but we didn’t make it for the beach.”
The seller said that it’s still too early to tell what the sale will be worth, but she does hope to sell the baby somewhere in the neighborhood of $400,000.