It was interesting in that the tide was going out and it was so windy that the beach had shifted quite a bit in just the couple of weeks since I'd last been. There were a lot of seagulls and the Bay was fairly quiet with just tiny waves. I was getting buffeted by blowing sand and I noticed that this particular high tide had deposited a lot of shiny bits of jellyfish, as well as a lot more clam shells than usual and a few small sand dollars. And glass.
Gentle waves in the Bay.
When I got to the breakwater, I could hear waves slapping against the rocks on the other side, so I climbed up and was surprised to see white caps on and in the Canal! It reminded me of pictures of the 520 Floating Bridge in Seattle, where it's always calm on the north side of Lake Washington, but rough on the south.
You can see the white caps out there yet the Scusset side remained calm, but very windy.
Well hello gawjuss! It was fairly fresh with the label attached, but I never turn down cobalt blue.
Found these cool operculums. I love the pearly white one best.
Three tiny sand dollars.
Scusset glass scores. I found a lot of unusual rocks and shells too.
These were my finds from my secret spot and a few that I picked up at Monument Beach, the day before I went to Scusset.
I thought I'd made the ultimate red glass score at Mo Beach but alas it's just a red plastic cap that probably popped off a boat when it was being taken in or out of the water, since I found it in a small tidepool near the boat ramp.
Hey it's either get outside and get some exercise beach combing or shop at the craft supply stores!!!