For the avid sea glass hunter finding a sea glass marble is akin to winning Sea Glass Powerball.
When my husband and I are on a serious sea glass hunt (meaning we’ve paid for airline tickets to reach a sea glass beach) there is fierce competition to find the first sea glass marble.
I am never the winner of the contest but that’s ok because the marbles he finds become my marbles anyway! “We” found these marbles last October on a Jamaica vacation.
For a more “scientific” look at how to find the elusive sea glass marble, read “Think Like A Marble” by sea glass blogger, Mary McCarthy (below).
As I write, I’m on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State at a beach combing conference, which made me happy. Being around other people who share your passion makes you feel a little less lonely, especially when your hobby is quite isolated. There’s a great camaraderie among the people here; I was thankful to participate and find that the sense of community I wrote about in my initial article about this conference still thrives. Read more…