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October 23, 2018

Winter is coming and in the world of sea glass hunting that is a good thing.  As the winds and surf get stronger deep layers of sand that have built up over the summer begin to wash away exposing hidden treasures like tiny stones and sea glass.  Winter is the best time...

March 30, 2017

I am sitting on the Ava Serene In Half Moon Bay while we wait for a good weather window to get back to Sausalito.  It's just too nasty out there to chance it until the wind and ocean swells die down and this got me to thinking.  This is ideal weather for sea glass to b...

March 28, 2017

Try to start your search an hour or two before low tide and follow the tide out.  Sea glass is most likely to be found in patches of small rocks.   Look for patches of rocks on the beach and start your search there.  While low tide is a good time to find sea glass be s...

When people visit my sea glass jewelry booth at San Francisco's Justin Herman Plaza on the Embarcadero a common question is "Where can I go to find sea glass?".  Sea glass is disappearing from our shores and is increasingly hard to find. We take a small boat to beaches...

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