We are having a spate of gorgeous weather. The snow is melting off nicely and the mild temps are going to continue for the next week. March can be a horrible month in New England, so I'm just hoping for the best.
I haven't been to Scusset, or beachcombing, in almost a year now. I can't believe it. I stayed in and stitched all last year. I won't pay to park in the summer and they continue to require payment until October 31st instead of mid September. By that point I was too busy with the holidays then it got wicked cold.
The first thing I found was this bright green rock-like thing. I can't tell what it is at all...I have other pics of it down below.
The tide was coming back in but there were still some sand bars.
Town Neck Beach in Sandwich continues to be ravaged and eroded by storms. I found the sand over on Scusset, which is usually somewhat rocky.
My best hope for beach glass was up at the tide line where there were a few rocks and pebbles.
I didn't find a ton of it this time but I did score a few really nice pieces.
Hardly anyone was around and it was very peaceful. The wind wasn't even that cold.
Love the cobalt!
Another rare 'holy grail' find, one of those flat backed glass blob thingies.
My haul for the day. Not too bad. A couple pieces not quite fully cooked but that's OK.
I found these 2 heart rocks practically next to each other.
This rock is very unusual and has a lot of small pits all over it. I have no idea if it's an earth rock or something from space. It's not magnetic.
A closer view of the top of the green thing I found. It's slightly pliable but doesn't feel like foam. I sent the pic to the Facebook page of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, and they think it's a piece of an old buoy.
When Russell saw this side of it he was afraid I'd picked up some kind of marine poop. lol For the time being it's in a plastic ziplock bag until I figure it out. It's definitely not whale ambergris.
If this nice weather keeps up I'll have to go out again!