Keep Sea Glass Secret? Sharing should be okay

by Diana
(Washington, DC)

Starfish and seashells

It's very hard to find good seaglass where I live on the east coast.

I agree with the poster who said they take very limited vacations each year, not all of which are to collect seaglass.

I understand that some people make their living by selling various seaglass items, but those with "special, secret" beaches seem to fall into a couple of categories: they live near them or they have a lot of expendable income to take vacations far and wide to collect sea glass.

Most of us don't fall into those categories and would probably only go to their "secret" location once, so I don't understand why people aren't more open.

Starfish and seashells

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