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|Turtle Trail Access Looking North|
|Sebastian North of McCarty|
All of the beaches looked pretty much the same. They all still have some renourishment sand.
I didn't see any cuts. There were a few scallops around Rio Mar.
Nothing to make me upgrade my beach conditions rating. They were all pretty mushy. And all had a some new sea weed - not a good sign.
As it turns out, Christobal didn't do much for us.
The first target I dug produced this very small children's silver ring.
The small items tell you that you probably aren't missing much.
Here is an interesting video. I thought it was anyhow. It shows the abandoned and neglected Burt Reynolds property in Jupiter.
There are over grown paths, old docks falling apart, old film sets and all kinds of junk.
I found it interesting. Think about where you would detect as these two looney guys explore the property.
Navy divers explored the wreck of the USS Houston.
Christobal is up by North Carolina now. There are two other disturbances that could develop. One nearing the West Indies and one in the Gulf by Texas.
We still have a 3 to 5 foot surf on the Treasure Coast. The surf is supposed to decrease a bit after Thursday. Maybe the next system will kick things up again.
Right now it will be hard to find anything but modern items.
There haven't been hardly any shells on the beach lately. And I haven't seen any fossils for a while. I did run across my old black light and took a photo of a phosphorescent fossilized shell
The crystals glow yellow.
Haven't posted any fossils lately.