Lake Michigan, March 3, 2017

by Frank
(Charlevoix Michigan)

Lake Michigan near Charlevoix

Lake Michigan near Charlevoix

~ sea glass photos submitted by Frank, Charlevoix Michigan

Beach Glass Lake Michigan near Charlevoix

March 3, 2017

In between jobs I decided to take a stroll along the shore of Lake Michigan near Charlevoix.

There was still a lot of ice along the shore line but there was plenty of exposed gravel and rocks so I took a look.

Well it was my lucky day as I found several nice pieces of beach glass and a whole bottle.

The bottle is from the Bay City Beverage company, which was only open from 1934 until 1943, so it is at least 74 years old.

What a great find for me.

~ sea glass photos submitted by Frank, Charlevoix Michigan

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Mar 25, 2017
Lke Michigan, March 3, 2017
by: Laura from RI


Thank you for sharing!

Great finds!

That aqua piece is similar to what I found in 2015 @ Moonstone Beach in Charlestown RI

Same color as yours, but what I found was amongst the big stones that buffer the beach (not a place to go swimming),but back in the day (1960-80) Moonstone Beach was a nudist beach, I kid you not!) before it was closed for sunbathing in the nude. Look it up on google.

My aqua was formerly a glass insulator washed up on those big stones akin to yours.

Well done!

Laura from RI

Mar 17, 2017
Charlevoix beach glass
by: Kim R

My favorite place to hunt is from Mt. McSauba to the inlet, I have bags of sea glass, petoskey stones and Charlevoix stones.

I'm now working on making some very special jewelry from them!

Happy hunting!!!

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