Tuesday, October 4, 2011

low tide: part two

At low tide we headed out into the dense fog to explore the sleepy coves with Grandma Peg.  We beach combed, popped in for lunch at the Barnacle restaurant, and rode our bikes home in the rain.  

My sea glass collection is getting a little out of control.  Would any of you like a little bag of sea glass from Marblehead?  I'd be happy to send some to you, because I'm finding piles of it everywhere, bits end up in the dryer, and every coat pocket has a piece or two.  I can't. stop. collecting!

Send me your address if you'd like to find a little treasure in your mailbox.


Kelli said...

beautiful pictures! we would love some sea glass!!!

Color Land said...

Lovely pictures, I totally would love some sea glass from Marblehead, those colors are amazing!

Patrice A. said...

I already got some from you
and love them!

beautiful images Rachel
you are an adventurer and explorer of your and the world


Lil Muse Lily said...

beautiful pictures and i would love some sea glass. i was looking in NC but only found 2.

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

misty images remind me of the weight of water. great story, as with your pictures. less suspense to your series though, which isn't a bad thing...

lamediterrània said...

I would love some seaglass, since we do not have here in Valencia.
Foggy beaches, beautiful children and fisherman's recipes, what a great day!

Anonymous said...

Wow! I have long been fascinated with sea glass and the miracle that takes place to those shap edges! I would love some. My email address is cmbarwick@optusnet.com.au