Beach treasure.

Sea treasure.
Sea treasure.

As the temps linger in the 30s in our neck of the woods, my thoughts have turned to the beach.  I’ve been looking for the sea glass that I brought home from our Abacos trip a couple of years ago.  But, I haven’t been able to find it yet.  I’ll keep digging.  I have found other treasures collected while beachcombing shorelines along the west coast, the gulf coast, the east coast, and the Caribbean.   So pretty.   And they each bring back memories.

This is a baby sand dollar, or some urchin relative.  Collected from the east coast of Florida — many moons ago.

Sand dollars are one of my favorite beach finds.  Very rare (for me).  Not only are they hard to find, but once found are also hard to take home intact.

I can’t wait to go beachcombing again…

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