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|Ponce De Leon Park|
Photos by Darrel S.
Darrel S. recently visited Ponce de Leon Park
...first time for my friend. Low was near 5pm. Worked south 1:30pm to 4:30pm. A lot of curious gorges. Everyone kept asking if we were looking for a wreck. Boats have magged in this area. Many reales found here, but none today.
I received this email from Shannon F. a couple of days ago.
I detected 3 1715 beaches on Monday and found something I thought I would share. Someone thought it would be cute to evenly distribute about 2 rolls of dimes total along the 3 beaches I detected. The first 10 or so I didn't think much about but the next 60-70 threw up a few red flags. I dug them to save the next guy with a PI the headache. They all hit the same on my CTX and had only been there a day or so. Where I come from we call this sort of thing Bad Karma.
SuperRick sent this photo of the crossover at Seagrape Trail a couple of days ago. It might explain the beach closing.
|Seagrape Trail Crossover|
Photo by SuperRick.
A mysterious earthen fort was recently discovered on a South Carolina island.
|Satellite Image of the Fort.|
Submitted by Dan B.
Thanks to Dan B. for sending me this link and image!
I was doing a little traveling and didn't get a post done yesterday. I don't miss many days, but that was one of them.
It looks like we're going to have nothing bigger than a four 2 -4 foot surf on the Treasure Coast for the next couple of weeks.
Thanksgiving always brings to mind the legendary Thanksgiving storm that produced so many treasure coins.
Thanks much to all of those who contributed to today's post.