One day you wash up on the beach, wet and naked. Another day you wash back out. In between, the scenery changes constantly.
Friday, June 12, 2020
6/12/20 Beach Report
A storm blew through last night with 0.6 in of rain, cleared the air, and dropped the temperature and humidity to perfect levels.
Georgia beat Skye and I to the beach, you can see her up ahead of us.
Georgia holding the leash on the way back.
A crab boat, harvesting crabs, and pressure washing the crab pots along the way.
A fair fossil day, some 23 teeth, some nice, but none special. I did find this thing that appears to be a piece of fossil turtle shell, with deep grooves that might be shark bites. Modern Tiger sharks eat sea turtles, and we find plenty of fossil Tiger Shark teeth.
Not very busy at noon on a weekday, although there were more people at Matoaka.