First Timer - Please Share the Beaches

by P.H.
(Agawam, MA)

My daughter loves rocks and glass. I think it would be fun to take her to the beach to go sea glass hunting but it is a long way for us to drive to the beach. Many people have said that these "sea glass beaches" should be kept a secret because it's more fun to go hunting for it yourselves. Well it's not fun to drive for hours to a beach to find hardly anything and more frustrating when you can only do it once a year. These people who want to keep it all a secret are probably those who can get to the beaches on a regular basis. It's like keeping a good recipe to yourself. What's the point in having it if your not going to share that happiness with others?

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