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06/07/2010 12:46
Part of the sea glass hunting elite, Nancy and Richard LaMotte are finding the treasures they covet harder to come by By Abigail Tucker Smithsonian.com, October 07, 2008     Nancy LaMotte's eyes are a clear blue-green, the color of...
04/15/2010 14:38
Best Beaches for Collecting Sea Glass Nov 21st, 2009 @ 09:55 am › Barbara Weibel All people who walk slowly down the beach, hunched over, peering down at the ground are not looking for shells. These days, many beachcombers are looking for sea glass. Defined as glass that has been...
03/07/2010 22:30
by Ross Anderson photographed by Steve Ringman When Mary Beth Beuke goes down to the beach, she sees things that you and I do not see. Where most of us find sand and stones and driftwood, she finds gems of green and blue and, on a good day, red and orange. She'll stop, reach down among...
03/02/2010 19:58
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09/30/2009 08:06
By Elizabeth ChangWashington Post Staff Writer Wednesday, September 30, 2009 PHOTOS A booth of jewelry made of West Coast sea glass at last year's North American Sea Glass Festival in Lewes, Del. This year's event will be Oct. 17 and 18 in Erie, Pa. (By...
10/06/2008 12:25
Part of the sea glass hunting elite, Nancy and Richard LaMotte are finding the treasures they covet harder to come by By Abigail Tucker Nancy LaMotte’s eyes are a clear blue-green, the color of antique Coca-Cola bottles, but brighter. She scans the sand at her feet: gritty knots of seaweed,...
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