Amazing driftwood

@JustEmm (151)
United States
November 18, 2015 9:56pm CST
Some friends and I went to a small salt water beach today. It was an amazing mass of driftwood end to end and then some. Shells and rocks galore. We even found one extremely heavy (water loaded ) but quality hinged cabinet door off a boat, sand dollars, and rocks. The tide had taken out the seaweed and the driftwood was plied on each other making nearly a beautiful sight in that. It was an amazing sight and Mother Nature blew up winds of 20 mph and bathed us with salt air. Amazing.
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@PainsOnSlate (17613)
• Canada
22 Nov 15
I love to walk the beach, any beach and always find treasures. Your day sounded wonderful!
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@JustEmm (151)
• United States
22 Nov 15
I go to the salt water beaches any chance I get! I always find something wonderful like wood, sand dollars, shells, rocks and once I even found a sterling silver ring!
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@just4him (67337)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
22 Nov 15
Sounds like a beautiful scene in which you had a wonderful day.
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@JustEmm (151)
• United States
22 Nov 15
It soothes my Soul on so many levels. I love to feel the salt air cleansing me.
@TheHorse (41921)
• Pleasant Hill, California
22 Nov 15
Sounds like a great day!
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@JustEmm (151)
• United States
22 Nov 15
It was! Sometimes I even go there during a storm. Once I saw a bottle floating and ran to get it when it washed a shore, hoping to find a, "message in the bottle," but it was empty that time...I'm still hopeful!
@sofssu (14870)
19 Nov 15
Sounds like fun.. I love drift wood and sea shells.
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@JustEmm (151)
• United States
20 Nov 15
I found out that most beaches do not have driftwood or shells. Growing up we spent time on the beaches of the Gulf of Mexico and only once in Florida found a shell! The roar of the waves can be awesome too.
@jstory07 (51479)
• Roseburg, Oregon
19 Nov 15
That sounds amazing.
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@JustEmm (151)
• United States
19 Nov 15
It was! The piles were a foot high in places and the entire beach (private) was covered! As soon as it dries out it will be even better.