Calvert County, Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay - Beach Finds

by Barbara
(Chesapeake Beach, Maryland)

 Chesapeake Bay beach treasures

Chesapeake Bay beach treasures

~ sea glass photo submitted by Barbara, Chesapeake Beach, Maryland

Calvert County, Maryland on the Chesapeake Bay

July 12, 2017

One day's bounty on the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay. 

Besides Seaglass there are fossil sharks teeth and whale bone, driftwood, and a few pottery shards.

~ sea glass photo submitted by Barbara

Coastal Crafts

Coastal Crafts

by Cynthia Shaffer

When lifeโ€™s a beach . . . get crafty! Coastal Crafts carries you straight to the shore, with projects that incorporate seashells, ropes, sea glass, and a range of nautical materials and motifs. Learn how to weather surfaces, make driftwood, and cast sand. With everything from wood frames and hanging jars to decorative sailboats and a knotted necklace with shells and pearls, these beautiful items celebrate summer all year long. Read more...



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Jul 19, 2017
Beautiful finds!
by: Em

We spend our family vacation on the Chesapeake each year and one of our favorite things to do is fossil and sea glass hunting. Sharks teeth a bonus.

We found a number of the long tubular "shells" I think are in your picture. Do you know what they are? Fossilized for sure and I keep wanting to make jewelry with them.

Thanks for sharing your finds.

Heading to the Chesapeake in a couple weeks and your picture made me even more anxious.

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