Duxbury Beach Sea Glass Report
Duxbury Beach Sea Glass?
Name of the Beach:
Low tide and fog - Powder Point Bridge
Long wooden Bridge to Duxbury Beach. A bit south of Boston, Mass.
Duxbury Beach - over-sand permit City nearest to that beach.
Duxbury, MA (Massachusetts) Describe your find:
Rate the beach:
Fair, 1-3 pieces per hour average. Usually green or white, sometimes light green. Generally well-rounded and almost always frosted. Add any other suggestions or cautions that will help others:
It is a private beach that requires a 4x4 vehicle and an over-sand permit, but can be accessed by walking about a 1/2 mile south from the public beach. Easier to find when the tide is going out.
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As always, we remind folks that sea glass beach reports are not confirmed by Lin or me at Odyssey Sea Glass unless otherwise stated.
- No photos were included with this report.
- Beach was not given a clear rating (must state number of jewelry-grade pieces found).
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 this particular beach or not.
David and Lin @ OdysseySeaGlass
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|Marion, MA |
Found on a beach on a number of day's, in all kind's of weather & mostly in the afternoon...
I know that quartz is inland & some look sort of like smooth milky quartz.