Mt. Rainier and Lenticular Clouds - Dec. 2008 copyright: JMM

November 10, 2013

Scorton Creek & East Sandwich Beach, Part 2

One time when I was real little, my dad took us up the Creek in his boat.  I was about 7.  We only did it once that I can remember.  I wanted so much to go in the water but I was still in swimming lessons and not advanced enough for my parents to allow me in, even with a life jacket. We were way farther upstream from here but I guess they were worried I'd end up in the current.





I think these birds are sandpipers.


Then I headed down to the opposite end of the road, the far western point, where the public parking is located for beach access.  Wasn't really much to take pics of....it's dotted with cottages/large homes, half buried jetty breakwaters, lots of stones and again, no glass.  

No glass.  I was sad.  So very sad.

But then....


OMG ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!?!?!?!!?!?  Do you have any idea what an epic score this is?  A completely worn, fairly large piece of AQUA!!!!!!!  This is almost as good as finding red. 

Epic. Freaking. Score.  

I do love it here!

10 comments:

  1. That aqua piece is beautiful! Awesome!

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  2. Great piece of sea glass! I wonder what it's from, with all those impressions in the glass?

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  3. Wow! Gorgeous score!

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  4. LOVE the photos! BEAUTIFUL piece of glass!

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  5. It's a beauty.

    Have a great week, JoJo.

    xoRobyn

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  6. I've had a lovely walk on the creek shore, Jojo :) I am happy for your finding, it really looks beautiful!

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  7. The aqua is to die for!

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  8. Just beautiful.. Along Lake Michigan everyone looks for Petoskey stones and I'm always excited when I find them too! :D Great photos..

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    1. I would love to find a Petoskey stone!!!!

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  9. Hmmm... never heard of a Petoskey stone, so I had to Google it. Very cool!

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