Beachcombing Volume 44: September/October 2024


Volume 44: September/October 2024

Beauty is definitely in the eye of the beholder when it comes to beachcombing. This issue features big and small finds, items melted into unrecognizable shapes, and the beautiful and varied types of sea urchins. We have articles about planning a sea glass adventure, an unexpected detour to Iceland, and tips on finding a sea glass beach near you. Follow along as a beach mystery is solved with the help of a community of beachcombers. And, there are more stories from beachcombers from around the world.

This issue will be mailed to those who subscribe by July 21, 2024. It will be available for individual order in late July.

In this issue:

  • A Bottle’s Haunting Trail from Start to “Finnish,” Cathy Dries
  • Rare beauty. Incredible diversity. Perfect symmetry. Anders Hallan
  • Unexpected Adventure in Iceland, Virginia Whitted
  • Planning a Sea Glass Adventure, Karen Kenyon
  • Bonfire Glass, Jean St. Denis
  • Hot Stuff, Bonfire beach glass finds
  • Mudlarking: Custom Coins and Tokens, Jason Sandy
  • Tiny Treasures, Rachel Fields
  • Dream Big and Small, Size doesn’t always matter
  • Real vs. Fake Sea & Beach Glass, César Williams-Padín
  • How to Find a Sea Glass Beach, Kirsti Scott
  • Places on Pieces, Finds from around the world
  • Blue Mind, Kirsti Scott
  • Spotlight Artist: Cindy Bilbao
  • Mudlarking Festival 2024, Jason Sandy
  • Beach Reads
  • Sea Glass Search Contest
  • Upcoming Events

    On the cover: Beach-found bottle by Tarah Nicole Hoffmann

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