Don’t be shy about it! Be happy, proud that you have enlisted in the sea glass army, equipped with a little knowledge, a small hand rake, sunscreen, a tide chart, a few collected pieces and the thirst for so many more!
Where are the beaches? When should I go? Where can I find the nicest sea glass? What distinguishes broken glass from sea glass? Who will help me? These may be a few of the questions you are asking.
The answers to these are not always so easy to come by, but I do think you’ll enjoy this “sea glass primer” written a few years back by sea glass blogger, Mary McCarthy.
Enjoy, don’t give up, and above all, be kind. It can be rough at the beach!