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The Best Little Beach Towns On The Pacific Coast

Posted on July 16, 2016

Today’s Featured Guest Writer is Claire Lovesti. The west coast may be best known for San Fran and LA, but these beachy babies are sure to make any vacation worthwhile. The big stars of California (L.A., Long Beach, Napa Valley) and bustling cities of Washington (Space needle anyone?) get all the good reviews on TripAdvisor, […]

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Posted in A Treasure of a Beach (Best Beaches), Beaches of North America, Featured Guest Writer, Northern California Beaches, Pacific Coast Beaches, Southern California Beaches | 4 Comments »

Jake and Carla’s Texas Treasure Trove

Posted on July 8, 2016

Today’s guest post, including the beautiful beach treasure photographs, is courtesy of Jake and Carla W. Hi. I’m Jake and my treasure hunting partner is my wife Carla. This is my first post. The first pics are from 7/5/16, and the rest are from the last 2 to 3 months. We live south of Houston […]

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Posted in Beach Treasures - Beachcombing, Beaches of North America, Featured Guest Writer, Friday Finds, Gulf of Mexico Beaches, Seashells | 8 Comments »

Greetings from Long Island New York!

Posted on July 3, 2015

Today’s Featured Guest Writer is native New Yorker Maggie Soukeras. Greetings from Long Island New York! Summer is upon us and its time for pools, bbq’s and the beach! After the long and cold winter it has been great to be able to get outside – take long walks on the beach and start collecting […]

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Posted in Atlantic Coast Beaches, Beach Treasures - Beachcombing, Featured Guest Writer, Seashells | 5 Comments »

I Don’t Always Snorkel but When I Do, I Look for Shells

Posted on July 3, 2015

Today’s Featured Guest Writer is Ken Muise, an active-duty soldier stationed on the beautiful island of Oahu. This is one of my favorite topics to talk about when it comes to going to the beach and, in particular, snorkeling.  I will never understand how people can get bored at the beach.  You can do so […]

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Posted in Beaches of The Hawaiian Islands, Featured Guest Writer, Snorkeling | 3 Comments »

Using What You Find: Beachcombing Art!

Posted on March 12, 2014

Today’s Featured Guest Writer is Beachcombing Artist Richard Blacklaw-Jones. About the Author/Artist: Richard is an international beachcombing artist!  He uses what he finds on the beach to make pictures or useful and decorative items. He lives in Pembrokeshire, Wales, and therefore has the great good fortune to be surrounded by beaches that face the Atlantic […]

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Posted in Beach Treasures - Beachcombing, Beaches of Great Britain and Ireland, Beachy Keen Art, Featured Guest Writer | 12 Comments »

Indian River Lagoon

Posted on November 15, 2013

Today’s Featured Guest Writer is Doug Raymond: While talking about Florida’s beautiful beaches, we can’t overlook one of nature’s coastal treasures, the Indian River Lagoon. It is home to many species of plants and animals, including sea turtles and manatees. Visitors and residents alike should take a few hours to drive the Indian River Lagoon […]

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Posted in Atlantic Coast Beaches, Beach and Coastal Wildlife, Featured Guest Writer | 3 Comments »

The Wall and the Sea

Posted on October 24, 2013

Today’s Featured Guest Writer is Dean K. Miller. THE WALL AND THE SEA I sat on a log at the beach, spending twenty minutes in quiet contemplation. My thoughts came and went. The setting, serene and relaxing, allowed my mind to drift elsewhere. I returned to the present moment, unaware of what pulled me back. […]

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Posted in Featured Guest Writer | 10 Comments »

Safe, Fun, and Successful Beach Metal Detecting!

Posted on October 8, 2013

Today’s Featured Guest Writer is Daniel Bernzweig. Packing List for a Safe, Fun, and Successful Beach Metal Detecting Trip So you have decided to take a trip to the beach? Whether your next metal detecting trip takes you near or far from home, there are some supplies you simply won’t want to be caught without […]

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Posted in Beach Safety Tips, Beach Treasures - Beachcombing, Featured Guest Writer, Sand and Shoreline, Tallies & Tips | 11 Comments »

Forgotten Cornwall

Posted on September 23, 2013

Today’s Featured Guest Writer is Ruth Mitchell. On the South East tip of Cornwall, just across the Devon, Cornwall border, you will find what is affectionately known as Cornwall’s Forgotten Corner. Whitsand Bay is a four mile stretch of white sand (when the tide is out) starting from Rame Head in the East and finishing […]

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Posted in Beaches of Great Britain and Ireland, Featured Guest Writer, Tide Pools | 7 Comments »

Silverknowes Beach on the Firth of Forth

Posted on September 10, 2013

Today’s Featured Guest Writer is “imagineer.” Silverknowes is one of the many beaches on the Firth of Forth and is just north of Edinburgh in Scotland. Sunny days at Silverknowes are to be treasured so I took a short trip to enjoy the fantastic views. The is a view from the Cramond end of the […]

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Posted in Beaches of Great Britain and Ireland, Featured Guest Writer, Whales and Dolphins | 9 Comments »