June 2011// Secret beach...Sorry;)

by K. and D. Johnson
(Exeter,NH. USA)

Our new honey pot...Find was in about 2:30 time.

Wow, that's really nice! It goes to show that there are still many "undiscovered/unreported" beaches out there...even in some heavily-populated areas (not that I know where this one is).

Keep your eyes open folks, you may be find your own treasure trove. Now if we could only train shore birds to find those little gems for us... oh well!

David at Odyssey

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