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|Looking South From Turtle Trail Access Sunday Afternoon.|
|Looking North From Seagrape Access Sunday Afternoon.|
I also looked at Rio Mar and Pepper Park Sunday afternoon. Rio Mar was about the same as the above two locations. Pepper Park showed even less promise.
I talked to one nice fellow at Turtle Trail who had looked at most of the beaches from Bonsteel down to Turtle Trail, and he said none of them looked much good.
As you might have noticed, the wind has shifted. It is more now out of the east and tomorrow supposed to be more from the southeast.
I took a look at some of the South Hutchinson Island beaches this morning and they had not improved at all the past couple of days.
|John Brooks Monday Morning.|
John Brooks is not any better than it was too days ago - maybe a little worse. Note the seaweed.
Most of the beaches I've looked at the past few days have a big protective pile of sand in front of the beach. At low tide the surf is crashing on the front of the bar.
The surf will be decreasing daily for a week or so now. I'm going to lower my Treasure Coast Treasure Beach Detecting Scale back to a 1 (poor).
Here is the link for more about that.