It's been ages since I went beachcombing! Between the holidays and prepping for my craft shows, I didn't get a chance to go to the beach for well over a month. Of course the day I decided to finally go, it started to rain on the way there. But that's OK....that meant I'd probably have the place to myself. So off to Scusset I went.
In time for low tide.
You can't tell, but it was raining fairly hard, and windy, which made walking the beach a rather arduous task.
Still though; found this nice big piece of crockery.
If it hadn't been raining so hard, I would have decorated this more with stones and shells.
It was pretty slim pickins, glass-wise, and the walk to the breakwater was very long in that rain.
Then I found this gorgeous piece partially buried in the sand. It's finds like these that make it all worth it.
By this point I was soaked through my raincoat so I was really humping it to get back to the car. No marathon beachcombing sessions to Sagamore Beach and back!!!
The stones were very unusual this time around too. I would have collected a huge sackful if not for the weather.
About 14 pieces of glass...one shaped like a heart and that one crockery bit.
That triangular one at the top center could be a piece of crockery too, but it's really hard to tell for sure.