The wacky weather out here continues. Less than 48 hours before I took these pictures, it was -10, with a horrid wind chill around -27. It was horrid. That was Sunday the 14th. By Tuesday the 16th, it was 50 with a warm wind, with rain in the forecast. After I got home from errands, I checked the tide table and headed down to Scusset. It was soooooo windy, I couldn't believe it. I used my raincoat hood to keep my hair from flying around, but honestly it wasn't cold at all.
This was the first piece of glass I found and this made dealing with the wind completely worth it.
Then I found another of those flat backed glass blobbie/marbles. Again, totally worth the trip.
This was the first time I've seen the breakwater covered with ice at the top. It was pretty cool.
Seriously couldn't get enough of the icy jetties.
Tide going out
It was so dark to the east. As I walked back towards the parking lot path, it started to rain a little.
White Cliffs all lit up in the sun
That's the biggest clam shell I've ever seen. I've collected large ones before but this is HUGE. Whatever seagull got it had quite the meal. Glass finds were modest but pretty decent. Pretty rocks as well.
I made a Massachusetts from some of the glass.