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We now have Tropical Depression Eleven. It doesn't seem to be much of a threat to Florida right now. It is out in the Atlantic and pretty far north.
|National Hurricane Center Map.|
The rare gold coin shown below recently sold at auction for $2.5 million. Only eleven are known to exist.
That is one beauty.
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Mitch P. recently picked up the following horse tooth fossil on a beach near Sebastian.
|Fossil Tooth Found on Treasure Coast Beach|
Picture and find by Mitch P.
I think the first fossil I saw on a Treasure Caost beach was a horse tooth too. I didn't know what it was at the time.
My very first fossil find, though, came up in a scoop of sand when digging a target in the water down south. I didn't know what it was at the time either. Now I could identify either of those at first glance - at least generally. But not specifically like some people. Some people can tell the age period sub-species or whatever and everthing. I'm not a fossil expert at all but usually know a fossil when I see one.
Here is an underwater heart rate monitor. Learn to keep your heart rate down and not use oxygen so quickly.
The tides have been fairly flat lately. Not a lot of variation from high to low tide.
Here is a quick video clip of what it looked like out there yesterday.
Low tide (what there is of it) Sunday will be around 10:30 AM. The surf will remain about two to four feet for a few days.