One day you wash up on the beach, wet and naked. Another day you wash back out. In between, the scenery changes constantly.
Sunday, August 3, 2014
Beach Report, Sunday 8/3/14
After a cloudy morning, the sky started to clear, and we headed to the beach around 2:30, to catch the low tide.
Despite the low tide, fossil hunting was tough; we managed 11 small shark's teeth and a drum tooth. Georgia spotted this bigHorseshoe Crab shed. It's not a dead crab, it's empty, the crab has crawled out and formed a new, larger shell. It's a little early for the big molt, which seems to take place in Sept., but you might find one almost any time.
"At least throw a stick! I'm a retriever, not a setter!"
A freighter and the Dominion Gas Docks stretched and reflected by the mirage.