One day you wash up on the beach, wet and naked. Another day you wash back out. In between, the scenery changes constantly.
Saturday, November 2, 2019
11/2/19 Beach Report
Fall has fallen with a vengeance. On Thursday it was 75 and humid, before a quick, but violent thunderstorm came through, and the temperature dropped sharply, to a low of 44 yesterday, and a low of 36 this morning, with clear skies, and mild winds.
The north winds from the front, and gusty winds yesterday left us with a blow out tide today. Unfortunately, I was unable to capitalize on it, and only found 4 sharks teeth.
There has been a massive chunk of cliff break loose and fall to the beach recently, well up past Matoaka. It would really be painful if it landed on you. I hope some nice teeth will wash out of it in time.