Sunday, July 15, 2018

Beach Report, 7/15/18

A cloudy day at the beach, which was kind of a relief from the 80/80 heat and humidity. You cant see it here, but there were a lot of people on the beach, swimming, fishing, sunbathing and fossil collecting, including a friend, Paul Murdoch, who runs trips to the local beaches for fossils.
It was a tough day for fossil, although we found 17 in the end. At right, the best. Center and left, large Tiger Shark teeth, right a Snaggletooth upper, lower a Mako Shark lower, and top a Crocodile tooth. Skye collected pets and hugs from little kids.
 A particularly pretty log, having had it's bark stripped, and wood polished by the waves. I'm pretty sure it's a Tulip Poplar, one of our common forest trees.

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