I want to share the beach !
by Toshi Kanno
(El Granada CA)
Only the part of my collections
~ Sea Glass Page by Toshi - San Francisco, California
I don't mind telling people where I find all those beautiful glasses all the time. Do you know why ?
I go to the same beach every other day and at the end of the day-I usually spend about 3 to 4 hours a day-I feel like I found all the glasses on the beach!
And I feel so guilty taking all the pieces but when I'm there next time,I find more!
And sometimes I find even better and bigger pieces than the last time. That means it's bottomless !
Sometimes I see some people with some tools to dig into the sands and pebbles but it's not always the best way to find sea glasses.
Most of the glasses are light weight,so they float on the top of the waves and wash up on the beach.
They don't sink into the sands !!
Scroll down to read more seaglasser opinions! My beach is called Pillar Point Beach near San Francisco
I found red,violet,three different shades of greens and many many more colors there.
Hope everyone finds some nice pieces.
Enjoy ~ Sea Glass Page by Toshi - San Francisco, California
Pillar Point is about 1 hour from the center of San Francisco on the Pacific Coast (see map below). It is about 30 minutes from the airport. ~ note by David @ OdysseySeaGlass.com Pillar Point area map: View Larger Map
As well as commenting on Pillar Point, many viewers added comments about Benicia "Glass Beach" (north San Francisco Bay area) in the comments below. So scroll down if you're interested in the Benicia area.