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03/21/2013 12:04
There are many beaches around the world where you can find sea glass. The best sea glass beaches are usually located where people have dumped a lot of trash nearby or there has been a lot of shipping traffic. Beaches in the northeast United States, California, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Nova Scotia,...
03/21/2013 12:02
 Dec 8, 2010 | By Marie Nisbet Marie Nisbet started writing in 2009. Her work has been published by Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan, and she writes travel, outdoor and adventure articles. Nisbet holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications from Athabasca University....
03/21/2013 12:01
by Jacques Bouchard My fiancee' (Jessi) and I are an unlikely couple. She loves the bustle of the big city, and I'm more particular to the rustling sound of leaves in the wind. She loves a fancy restaurant, and I love a hole-in-the-wall diner. Needless to say, the early times in our relationship...
12/21/2012 12:04
Horseshoe Bay, along with many other beaches on Bermuda, are some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. As sea glass collectors, we may be focused on hunting for those ocean glass gems, but don't forget to enjoy some of the fantabulous vistas that Bermuda has to offer. Bermuda is for Sea...
12/21/2012 12:02
NASGA: The North American Sea Glass Association has announced that the 2013 Sea Glass Festival will be held again in Virginia Beach, at the Virginia Beach Convention Center, over Columbus Day weekend, October 12 & 13, 2013. Journal: NASGA has held the national festival in various locations of...
12/21/2012 11:59
Richard LaMotte Boosts the National Profile of Sea Glass Few sea glass collectors DON'T recognize the name of Richard LaMotte. As the author of Pure Sea Glass: Discovering Nature's Vanishing Gems, LaMotte is a nationally recognized authority on sea glass. His book is now in its 5th printing, and...
08/01/2010 10:36
People are getting very serious about sea glass. While there is less of it on beaches than ever before—because of recycling, sand replenishment, and rising water levels—interest in collecting “mermaid’s tears” has only grown in intensity. To get to the best sites, extreme glassers will “hike for...
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...
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