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|A Few More 2014 Finds By Michael E.\|
Photo submitted by Michael E.
Here are some more 2014 finds from Michael E. I showed some of his gold finds from this year a day or two ago.
Anyone know about the U. S. Customs pin?
Nice Indian Head!
A complete skeleton of a 15 million year old Snaggle Tooth shark was found in the backyard of a Maryland home.
|Typical Treasure Coast Beach This Morning|
Here is a typical Treasure Coast beach. Sand has been accumulating on this front beach lately.
This photo was taken near low tide this morning.
The surf is going to around three or four feet until Tuesday.
I did find one beach that had some cuts. As you might expect, the erosion was in renourishment sand. One poor turtle was tricked by that and the eggs were being uncovered.
|One to Two Foot Cut On One Treasure Coast Beach This Morning Near Low Tide|
Too bad this renourishment sand doesn't seem to hold much of anything any good.
A few older items evidently washed up onto the beach here.
|Waves In Front Of The Cut Beach.|
One of the most important things I've learned about in recent years is the effect of the trigger point. I've explained a little about trigger points in previous posts. Maybe I'll expand on that soon.
It looks like the surf will only bump up a foot or two in the next week or so. Too bad.