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|Wreck Surfaces on Maine Beach|
Source: See link below.
...Although the skeleton of the ship, believed to be at least 160 years old, has appeared from time to time on Short Sands Beach, little is known about the boat or how it ended up buried in the sand.
What’s left of the wooden hull – catalogued by the state as the Short Sands Beach Wreck – made news in the 1950s after being exposed by a storm. It last appeared after the powerful Patriots Day storm in 2007...
Here is the link for more of that story.
Treasure, World, U.S. Coin & Paper Money
Floor Auction November 12-13 - Internet Only November 14
Just one week remains before we begin the live FLOOR and Internet closing of our Treasure, World, U.S. Coin & Paper Money Auction 20, starting at 9:00 AM EST on Saturday, November 12, 2016.
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|Treasure Coast Beach This Morning|
It might not be real easy to see, but this picture shows a shallow scallop on one beach this morning. The beach fronts are generally mushy. It looks like there is about a ten yards of flat sand in front of the beach which could easily turn into a sand bar.
|Dip On One Beach This Morning.|
There aren't many dips along the coast, but there are a few like the one above.
Overall, I'd say beach detecting conditions remain poor.
|Surf For Coming Week|