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|Jensen Beach This Morning Near Low Tide|
The light sand between the two people (one is just a white dot) at the top left is where the sand was scooped out to form a shallow cut. You would expect to find coins there.
That sand got washed into the water to add to the sand bar.
These days I'm happy to see features like those. It means that things at least got shifted around a little.
You can easily read a beach like that and know where to spend your time.
|Jensen Beach Looking South|
|Another Beach On South Hutchinson Island|
That photo also shows where someone got married this weekend. May and June is a time for a lot of beach weddings.
While our beaches are only producing modern items, I keep hearing about the St. Augustine beaches and the beaches up a little farther north where Ana caused some erosion.
Here is a good article on St. Augustine's disappearing beaches.
Ana was the earliest tropical storm since 2003.
It looks like there were good crowds on the Treasure Coast beaches for Mother's Day. I hope you and your family had a good one.
Mother's Day has a surprisingly complex history.
Here is an interesting web site that you might want to take a look at - Ships and Travel in the 18th Century
I ran into a good coin hole this morning. Lots of coins. Only one piece of gold though.
I define a coin hole as being roughly oval shaped, while a coin line I would say would be at least five times longer than wide.
The coin hole that I found this morning was on a convex beach front near the water. It wasn't the most obvious spot. Shells were just under the sand.
I'm not expecting anything for the Treasure Coast other than a one or two foot surf for a couple of days.
|Sea Weed On Bahia Honda|
Photo submitted by Dan B.
The good thing about reading about the erosion up north is that it reminds me that it is only a matter of time until we finally get ours.
I heard from some people interested in the opportunity I announced yesterday concerning diving on the 1715 wrecks with Captain Jonah. If you didn't see that, you might want to go back and take a look, but the captain will be doing the selection and you need to contact him at the phone number provided. Read it carefully before calling. This is for one full time position.