Feb 22, 2014 @ Fort Bragg, CA - Red Sea Glass

by Gina
(San Francisco, CA, USA)

Jackie's Red Sea Glass

Jackie's Red Sea Glass

~ submitted by Gina, San Francisco, CA, USA

I had always dreamed about seeing the sea glass beaches of Fort Bragg.

Since the kids had this week off, we decided to take a quick road trip.

Yesterday at low tide my 8-year-old found this beautiful piece of red sea glass.

This was our first sea glass experience, so we took it to Captain Cass. He let us know that it was a nicely tumbled piece of red fire glass.

The ridge on one side made him guess that it was possibly either the bottom of a bottle or a plate.

There were dozens of collectors on the beach that day who were quite upset that they somehow passed this gem up, but it somehow feels like this little treasure was just waiting for the right little hands to find it...

~ submitted by Gina, San Francisco, CA, USA

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Mar 08, 2014
by: marie

My husband and I were there in January. We had a great time.

We didn't see many colors though.

What a beautiful piece of glass... it's good to have a young pair of eyes...lol

Feb 26, 2014
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by: Em

Oh My Goodness. A red piece of sea glass for your first find! How wonderful.

My grandchildren are all better at finding sea glass then I am.

I say it is because they are closer to the beach, not that my eyesight is worse.

Here's hoping that this is just the beginning of wonderful beach hunting for you and your children.

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