2004 23rd Annual Sand Sculpture Contest
The 23rd Annual Sand Sculpture Contest at Drakes Beach was a great success with about 70 sculptures entered. The event was well attended by over one thousand participants and observers. The weather was sunny and hot, and a good day was had by all!
Below are photo galleries of the sand sculptures entered in the 23rd Annual Sand Sculpture Contest.
Missing photos. If you know the identity of any of the "2004 Unidentified Sculptures" or if you have a photo of any of the sand sculptures listed below, please contact us. Thank you.
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