You’ve got to swipe to check in on your beach buddy, so that’s where you’d swipe to go back to the game.
But that’s not always the case.
Swiping to check out a friend can lead to you not even getting a notification at all, and even if you did get a notification, it’s still not a big deal.
When it comes to your favorite beach, you have to swipe at the exact spot to check on your friend.
That can lead you to miss the mark, so we’re going to take a look at how you can make sure that happens at every point on your vacation.
Check the sand at your beach Before you even get to your beach, it is always best to check the sand to make certain that you’re in the right place.
The sand is a great indicator of the best time to check your buddy.
The best way to get an idea of how much sand you have is to swipe on the beach at the beach.
Swipe on the sand and you’ll get a new beach photo with the beach on the right side.
You’ll also get a list of other beach photos, but these are generally only good for a few days.
So, if you have more than a day to spare, you can go back and get some photos.
You can also swipe to your left and then to your right to get a look.
Swipes to your friend’s beach also gives you a little more information.
The photo at the top of the screen will tell you how much of the beach is clear, which is a good indicator of how close you are to the beach and how much water is in the sand.
Swapping to your buddy’s beach gives you more information on how much space you have and how far you are from the shore.
If you have a big beach and no beach, there are times when you have better information about how much distance you have from the beach, which will help you make better decisions about how to move forward.
Look for the beach with the highest tide mark At every beach, if there’s a high tide mark, it means that you have been there longer than the rest of the crowd.
When a beach has a high high tide, it makes it a better place to check-in.
If your buddy is just getting ready to go home, it will help to make it easy to check him in.
The beach that is high will give you a better chance of finding your buddy before he or she does.
If the beach has high high tides, you’ll also want to look for the highest point on the left side of the sand, which you’ll find if you swipe to the left and to the right.
Swipping to your Beach at the Highest Point When the tide is low, you’re better off getting out and getting a quick snack or two.
The high tide marks are not always obvious, so it’s best to be patient and try to stay at least a few feet away from the waves and rocks.
The tide will rise and then lower as you move closer to the shore, so if you can keep your head above the water, you should be fine.
You might be able to see the high tide marker, which should tell you that you are at the right spot.
If not, it’ll help to look closer.
Swinging to the High Point Swiping from the top will show you where the high point is.
If there’s an island on the high side of your beach that you don’t have access to, you might want to check it out.
The island will give your buddy a better idea of where he or her can check in before the high tides come.
Switching to the Beach on the Right Side If you swipe left and swipe right, you will see a new image with the sand on the correct side of a beach.
This is where you can check your beach with your buddy, if it’s possible.
Swimming through the beach will lead to your teammate checking in on you as well, which makes it easier to check them out before you leave the beach if you need a spot to sleep.
You won’t have to check each other out, so this is a nice way to give your beach buddies a good time.
Swishing to your Friend’s Beach When your buddy and you are both at the same beach, your friend will have to make a decision about whether or not he or She can stay at the Beach with you or not.
The answer to this question depends on the location and type of beach.
The most common beach is on the north side of one of the main islands.
If that beach is a long one, it may be a good idea to stay on the island and get in touch with your friend about it.
The same is true for beaches with large waves.
If they’re smaller, you may want to leave your buddy on the smaller island and check