Red? Red. Red! Sea Glass!!

by Lin Schneider
(Punta Veleros, Peru)

I just had to show you what Lin found today. She also took the photo, she's getting so good at it.

Our local beach (at the point) is probably classified as poor to fair in terms of finding many jewelry-quality pieces.

However, the colors are so nice! A high percentage of unusual colors, we never know what will turn up.

Lin always finds at least 5 times as many pieces as me...but I get stoked too, especially like this red piece of sea glass!

You can see the whole catch on our Catch of the Day page, just put up tonight.

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Karla didn't get here first
by: David

great find, Lin...Karla, I hope you read my's what we were saying on the beach here today :-) LOL

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