It's been a beautiful, sunny day, with the temperature in the 70's. Our night time temps for the last couple of nights have been near 60. Perfect for me. :)
This evening we went to resident access 3 on West Gulf Drive. We walked for a while and kept an eye out for shells. We had the beach nearly to ourselves.
There weren't a lot of great shells, but I did the stoop and looked carefully as I walked along.
There was some interesting beach wrack, but there is a bad smell from it now, as it's drying. That usually only lasts for a day or so and within a few days or a week, this wrack line will probably be washed away or covered with sand.
I had a couple no-see-ums get on me, so I was ready to make a hasty departure!
The handful of shells I brought home. My favorite is the solid dark brown Keyhole limpet. I had never found one like this before.