Sea Glass Jackpot
by Ryan and Hilari
You weren't kidding about glass beach!
We were up at 4:30am and on the 7:10am ferry to ***** (please read followup comments about these blanks)
so that we could make it to ***** at low tide.
The walk west was a true test of control, as we wanted so badly to stop at every little pocket of glass and start collecting.
We did gather at random along the way though (haha)!
Even though our heads were permanently fixed at a downward angle, the two people we met were able to hold our attention long enough to tell us that a grey whale was feeding just past the kelp bed off glass beach.
Unfortunately it had moved on before we were able to catch a glimpse.
Upon arriving at ***** Point, we quickly ran short on adjectives!
The hike from ***** was just a prelude to what can only be explained as "glasshound heaven".
I swear this place should be called "Jackpot Point" hahaha.
We found our very first piece of red followed by four more, including a small piece that was half red and half orange!
We have agreed that, without a doubt, our lips will not speak of "Jackpot Point" to anyone!
I can't thank you enough for letting us in on it!
Pictures of the day's haul will surface within a day or so.
Again, thank you so much! You don't know how much this day meant to us!!!
Ryan and Hilari
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