Sea Glass Beach Reports
Everything you need to know in order to plan your sea glass hunting trip to Glass Beach; the history of Fort Bragg, where to park, where to stay and lots more.
The Great San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 was a huge event in history. It's the reason why we are able to enjoy Glass Beach today and here's how it happened.
Charmouth Beach Charmouth is a village and civil parish at the mouth of the River Char in West Dorset, southern England. The population is only 1,300 or so and, as you can imagine, it is a typically 'quaint' British village. I first visited Charmouth Beach...
This is the one sea glass beach in the United States which you MUST visit; a hike through beautiful and mysterious scenery, then your beach treasure reward!
Southbourne is a suburb of Bournemouth in the southern English county of Dorset. It sits to the east between Bournemouth and Christchurch, boasting a wonderful stretch of 'Blue Flag' beach. The beach at Southbourne is very easy to reach by public transport. During the winter...
We visited Bush Point, a secluded beach on Whidbey Island in Washington state and found handfuls of frosted sea glass in no time at all. Check out our photos!