Sea glass love

by Harley
(Port Angeles, WA)

That's glass behind us, not rocks!

That's glass behind us, not rocks!

That's glass behind us, not rocks!

My boyfriend Mike and I at Glass Beach in Ft. Bragg, CA

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It was overwhelming!
by: Anonymous

We could have stayed there the entire 72 hours we were in town and not even made a dent in combing through a fraction of it.

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Lucky You!
by: Marylyn

Amazing. If I hit a beach like that I wouldn't know where to start!
What did you think when you saw it for the first time?

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