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|One Beach Beginning to Cut Yesterday After High Tide.|
The erosion wasn't very pronounced when I looked at it and it didn't look like it would do a lot more. The cut that I saw was less than a foot even though it ran a good distance.
Another beach that I looked at was not cutting. The sand was mushy at both beaches.
It was cold yesterday out there in the wind. I didn't see anyone else on the beach. The wind was blowing the sand. It looked a little like snow drifting. It feels a good bit warmer today. Less wind too.
The wind was so similar to how the previous cold front started, that is why I expected the beaches to erode the same way. I'm not expecting as much today.
Tomorrow the surf will be a touch higher. Things are not coming together real good. I'm not expecting to be able to upgrade my TC beach conditions rating.
Targets were scarce where I was. Didn't see any shell piles either.
Here is a quick video clip showing the surf and beach yesterday afternoon.
I received the following news by email from SedwickCoins.
Sedwick Coins will be at the FUN show in Orlando beginning Jan. 8 and at the New York International Numismatic Convention beginning January 9.
FUN (Orlando, FL), at the Orange County Convention Center, Hall NB, North Concourse, 9899 International Drive, Orlando, FL. The largest show of the year and a huge draw for treasure material (January 8-12).
NYINC (New York International Numismatic Convention), at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, 301 Park Avenue, New York, NY. The most prestigious show of the year for world and ancient coins (January 9-11).
They will also be at the Treasure Coast Coin Club's 48th Coin and Currency Show, January 18-19 at the Vero Beach Community Center, 2266 14th Ave., Vero Beach, FL.
So there will be some good chances to see what they have or show them anything you might want to consign.
Did you look at the video from James F. in the 1/4 post about the competition hunt? I thought that one little guy was a hoot.
Joan T. thought the white chalky looking stone in the silver charm that I posted recently might be mother of pearl. I think that might be right. The surface layer was probably deteriorated.
|Close Up View of Arrow Head Surface|
Looks like coral to me.
I think it is worth taking a really good look at your finds. You might be surprised to learn what you have.
A jewelers loop is one thing that will come in handy.