Sea Glass Hunting

Sea Glass Hunting:  I love sea glass hunting as well.  Was thinking though what is it really.  Please check out the poll.

December 9, 2012 Seaglass hunting

About Donna Ardizzoni

Business Manager, Grandmother, love living in Gloucester, love to swim, walk and of course take pictures. Our company does computer networking, Office Management, Medical Billing, transcription, networking software updates and virus protection
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8 Responses to Sea Glass Hunting

  1. I’m guessing an obsession. I’ve been here less than two months, but it seems like more often than not when we take a stroll on the beach I wind up with a pocket full of glass.

  2. Carol Peabody says:

    It’s a kind of meditation.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Love looking for glass, but more often than most I end up with a bag of trash or more. To all the glass pickeruppers come and get a yellow bag from me or Donna or Rose and kill two birds with one stone, not really kill them …. Happy picking…

  4. Sarah Jane says:

    For the first year that I lived in Gloucester, I went to the beach every single day to gather sea glass. It was healing — so was the move to Gloucester. Pieces of glass appear like gems on the sand…but you have to be looking for that glint. The seeker in me, the explorer, loves to collect it. If it’s especially thick, or an unusual color, and all the edges are worn smooth, then you can imagine that it’s been in the water for 30, 50, 80 years. So it’s also immersion in history.

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