woodland beach delaware
Woodland Beach, Smyrna, Delaware, USA.
Found lots of pieces many sizes.
Tiny Beach, I have been told not safe if alone, we had no problem in daytime.
We appreciate this and all reports we receive. However, when evaluating a report, use good judgment. |
As always, we remind folks that sea glass beach reports are not confirmed by Lin or me at Odyssey Sea Glass unless otherwise stated. Reports that do not include photos of the sea glass found are less reliable. So use your own judgement in deciding whether to travel to a particular beach or not.
- The photo shows only craft grade sea glass, so it must be assumed that the beach is rated poor.
- As seen in the map below, this beach is deep in a bay - less wave action, less tumbling.
- No description of the physical condition of the sea or beach glass found was included in this report.
In all cases, be sure to review How to Grade Sea Glass in order to determine whether your glass is jewelry grade or not.
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