by David and Lin - OdysseySeaGlass
Catch of the Day - Sea Glass Colors
Lin and I made it to the beach today. It's summer here in Peru.
The weather is 75 degrees but with the humidity it feels like 80 degrees.
The warm but not-too-hot weather made our 2-hour hike very agreeable.
Actually, to call it a hike isn't really appropriate. From our house is 5 minutes to the beach and then from there we start looking.
When the beach is mostly pebbles and sand we never do what you would call hiking. Instead, we are doing the sea glass two-step (stoop and shuffle) and don't get the exercise we always are meaning to get.
Although there was less glass today then we would expect here with the good sand-to-pebbles ratio, it was definitely rewarding as you can see, especially the white with red that Lin found (what is it?) and the very big blue with navy blue inside.
Comments for 2016 01 21 Huanchaco Beach Peru Sea Glass Catch
OdysseySeaGlass relies on advertising to cover costs of sharing sea glass info from around the world. Purchasing from an ad on our site costs no more than directly and provides us with a few cents income.
You will see Google and Amazon ads as well a few other advertisers as you view our pages. .