This is the sea glass we found!
~ submitted by Amanda in Breinigsville, PA
Fort Flagler Beach, Port Townsend
My family took a trip to Washington state and during a visit to LaPush Beach we had been told, by some fellow vacationers to try Fort Flagler in Port Townsend.
We found several small pieces of sea glass but we found a ton of turn of the century dishware.
We were told they would wash their dishes in the water and you could find various pieces and they were right.
We found a ton of thick, white, porcelain peices with various designs. It was a wonderful find!
We passed the fort and parked down by the shore. No one down there and we never saw another soul.
Fair 5 to 9 pieces of Sea Glass*
Excellent for th 10+ pieces of turn-of-the-century dishware
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