One day you wash up on the beach, wet and naked. Another day you wash back out. In between, the scenery changes constantly.
Sunday, October 20, 2013
Sunday Oct 20, 2013 Beach Report
After yesterday's gray sky and spitting rain, we got another one of those blue sky, windy days that make for lousy boating and excellent beach walking. Maybe the wind will die later.
There were a surprising number of people in the water. The water temperatures are now down to about 65 F now, which is good for fish, but a little chilly for all but children, who appear to have dysfunctional temperature meters, and adults from Minnesota.
Some temporary beach art.
Despite hitting the lowest point of the tide, we were unable to get around the cliff at the skinny spot at Calvert Beach due to the massive amount of sand that was moved out by the several days of storminess with the remains of Tropical Storm Karen.
However, the tide was low enough that we found a few fossils, including this Sand Tiger tooth.