On the way down to the beach, Skye (reluctantly) allowed me to take a picture of
Ebony Jewelwing Damselfly
. There are a bunch of them near the stream on the way down.
We had high 70s to low 80s at the beach, with mostly sunny skies, not a lot of
wind, and a low tide that was none too low
Despite the tide, we had a pretty good day for fossils. Here are the two best teeth, a lower (left) and upper (right) Snaggletooths
among 20 other teeth. Georgia had a banner day on Tilly Bones with 3 . . .
and this thing, that may or may not be a whale ear bone (bulla)
. I have the question out to the experts on Facebook.
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