"Aw, mom, come on, let me off!"
Georgia and Skye walked as far as the boat ramp and before we found that Skye was too tired to make it around the jetty at Matoaka Cottages. It's getting harder and harder for her, although she hates to let it show.
buffies in relatively close, and I got this shot. This may be the first picture I've ever taken of them where you can see the iridescent feathers on the head (click to enlarge all the pictures).
I found this nicely frosted piece of cobalt blue beach glass. Blue is about the rarest color we find. Red and yellow are supposed to be more rare, and they must be because we haven't found any yet.
I found this Snaggletooth Shark's tooth just barely showing in the sand. This will join the previous tooth on the 'top shelf' for the year.
But this is the real find, and I don't know what it is. It has a hard, stony looking outside, and a concentrically lined inner core, that has a granular consistency. I'm hoping that it's a piece of tusk of some kind, perhaps mammoth or walrus. Another possibility is Manatee bone or an oosic. I'm afraid I may have to consult an actual professional on this one.