A full moon means one thing people, low tide. This low tide came at the perfect time, an hour before sunset and boy was it a doozy. We walked out on the normal low tide sand bar only to realize that this tide had reveled another further out. It was spectacular and as a storm brushed the coast we enjoyed the views. As the family dug in the wet sand I scoured the pools for treasure. Look at what I found! A beautiful Lace Murex was peaking out only 2 little spikes and I dug her out of the sand. One of the prettiest shells I have ever seen.
When my son and I explored the tide pools on the north side we found crabs, like this little guy hiding everywhere. We even found an empty crab shell and a huge Olive. A very nice couple gave the boys two Sand Dollars out of their bag which was exploding. You can find the nicest people on the beach, I know it always makes me feel good to give a tourist a treasure to take home. These are the first Sand Dollars we have collected! What an amazing night!