There's so much more to sea glass than just photos and social commenting.
Although digital photos and social interchange on the internet is great (and most of us participate!), there IS a lot of excitement that came before or goes beyond these useful tools, perhaps back to the days of the "Brownie" camera. (If you know what those are, you are mature, experienced and wise; we'll say no more.)
Other exciting stuff - like this! (See Fishing Floats Feature below)
The sea glass "culture" stretches way back in time and covers a whole lot of countries.
On this page, we feature people, places, and things related to your Sea Glass Odyssey that enhance your sea glass experience and widen out the horizons of each one of us hunting for beach treasures and pleasures..
|Sea Glass Wedding - As you would expect, the whole event had a sea glass theme, from the location to the cake and decor...|
|Gulf Shores, Alabama - Beach Comber/Treasure Hunter Bill Coleman reveals the uniquely beautiful attractions of this coastal region of the United States.|
|Sea Glass Vacation- Seaside, California, on the Monterrey Bay - a delightful account hunting for sea glass with great photos and tales.|
|Glass Floats - Part I of III, ...a giant ruby sitting in the sun. She screamed so loud her husband came running down the beach, as he could hear her above the pounding waves..."|
"...scared for my life several times that day as water surged in pounding the logs with tremendous force... running across the tops of the big logs to get clear of the water..."
"November 3, 1979, I was at Cape Lookout State Park. I hit the beach at 12:30 a.m. The weather was windy and the showers were coming down in squalls..."
|Nome Alaska Beach - USA. Rated: Good (6-15 jewelry grade pcs. found per hour) Added by: Susan Whitaker|
"...a tiny three by seven mile island off the coast of Rhode Island, USA, has plenty of beach to comb..."
...both relate to one of the jewels of the Mediteranean. These small islands..."
"Twenty-six miles across the sea, Santa Catalina is the island for me..."
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