~ submitted by Judy in Delaware
This is an amber piece of seaglass, found in the sand dunes, on Woodland Beach, Delaware.
Map of Woodland Beach, Delaware area:
|Shipwrecks of the Delaware Coast: Tales of Pirates, Squalls and Treasure |
Under the hot summer sun, vacationers stroll the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk, chewing saltwater taffy and listening to the gulls raucous cackle. Few realize that under the sparkling water rests a graveyard. Horrific nor'easters, treacherous shoals and simple human error caused the demise of countless ships, giving birth to legends of treasure and terror. There is the De Braak, rumored to hold millions...
|Woodland Beach, Smyrna, Delaware, USA. |
Found lots of pieces many sizes. Tiny Beach, I have been told not safe if alone, we had no problem in daytime.
|May 2012 Delaware Bay Villas NJ - A lucky days discoveries! |
By: Wilna - Berwick Pa What an array of colors from orange to colored milk glass. Added comments by OdysseySeaGlass: Wow, that certainly is a good color.
|Lewes, Delaware - Sea Hag Cottage |
Sharon sells seashells by the seashore, my passion for treasures from the sea, along with vintage finds from the past combined to add a touch of whimsy to your home.
|Sand N Stones Delaware & Nature Shoppe Lewes, Delaware |
Sea glass and beach glass jewelry by Artisan Michele J. Buckler. Sand N Stones also offers nature gifts, local photography, and books.
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