Mar 9, 2010, Search This Site!!!!
We welcome the many sea glass
fans that are getting to know us here at Odyssey Sea Glass.
As you know, our aim is
to provide as much information we can give as well as getting y'all to
contribute your knowledge and experience.
That's why there are
currently about 500 pages of sea glass stuff on Odyssey Sea Glass.
There is no way we can
keep it in front of you!!!!
So USE THE SEARCH BOX
(see top of left column Search/Contents) to find a lot of information
that you won't otherwise see.
For example, we just got
a nice comment wondering about whether Fort Bragg permits taking of sea
glass. I put "bragg" into our search box and came back with 10 pages
that talk about it.
One of the pages is a
full-blown article with photos and very complete information on
legalities of seaglassing there.
But you may never see
that article...and many others just as nice unless you do the SEARCH
So the 3 rules for
finding info on sea glass:
1. Search our site.
2. Search our site.
3. Search our site.
Actually, there's a
fourth rule...because there is a lot of info still out there:
4. If it's not found on
SEARCH, ask in the Questions section (toward the bottom of the left
Thanks, and Happy
Hunting...you knowwww what I mean!
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Mar 9, 2010, Using PMC
to make sea glass jewelry
Could I get a complete list of
items needed so I can shop and begin this very exciting hobby. Thanks
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Mar 9, 2010, Polishing
Sea Glass- Good or Bad Idea?
I have a few pieces of light
green and brown sea glass that I collected as a child while living on
Kodiak Island, AK. As I got older and had amassed
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Mar 4, 2010, Turquoise
Glass Bottle Topper
I recently have enjoyed the
pleasure of collecting sea glass. Two weeks ago as I was out hunting I
found a beautiful turquoise glass bottle topper. Very
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Mar 4, 2010, Sea glass,
real or faux?
How can you tell if it is real
sea glass and not tumbled? Someone is selling jewelry of 'pure' sea
glass. Necklaces and bracelets made of pieces that
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Feb 28, 2010, Beach
Glass "koru" (spiral) pattern on rock
just a nice roundy rock I thought
would make a good doorstop! The koru design means new life in the Maori
language. I used a cheap construction adhesive
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