Saturday, June 7, 2014

6/7/14 Report - Do You Want To Hunt For Treasure On TV, Casting Call, Nice Detector Finds & Sandy Beach Conditions


Written by the TreasureGuide for the exclusive use of treasurebeachesreport.blogspot.com.

A Couple Nice Finds by Michael E.
Photo submitted by Michael.

Beach conditions remain poor, however finds are still being made.  The weather is beautiful and people have been going to the beach.

Sand continues to wash in at most beaches and is filling the shallow water.  Anything lost in the shallow water at most spots will be buried relatively quickly.

You'll see sea weed at some locations.  And in many places there will be a sand bar.  The bar will be moving in and sand will be filling the dips. 

It looks like we'll have a one to two foot surf on the Treasure Coast for about a week.

The tides are still pretty flat.

Photo submitted by Michael E.


Here is another nice find by Michael E.

Congratulations Michael!


















Below is a quick video showing a beach that I visited this morning.


video



Want to hunt for treasure on TV? 

I've been hearing from a lot of TV production companies.   I just received this casting call for a major cable network TV series about treasure hunting .  I'm not interested in this one, so I decided to pass it along.

The casting call is for treasure hunters and explorers who will search for the Treasure of the Trinity in southern Brazil.  They might be interested in you if you captain a treasure hunting vessel, are a scuba diver with credentials or just an experienced adventurer.
 
This isn't a walk down the beach and isn't for the faint of heart.
If you qualify and are interested contact Stacy Kitter, Casting Director, at makpicturescasting@gmail.com .
 
 
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You probably saw some of the D-Day events held yesterday.  Those fellows really went through it.

You look at the beach today and there aren't many remaining signs of what went on there in the past.  That is the way beaches are.  Things get lost in the sands of time.

The young boys that stormed that beach and survived are now fragile, their strength now largely spent.

I think they earned the title of The Greatest Generation.  Maybe it was thrust upon them.  Maybe that is how it is with greatness.  Who would choose to do what they went through?  Yet they did it.


Happy hunting,
TreasureGuide@comcast.net