Clark went out this morning at 7am to see if low tide brought anything unusual to the Lighthouse beach. There weren’t any bigger shells so he refocused his eyes to look for the little shells. He found (pictured) a LACE MUREX, 5 PEAR WHELKS, a KEYHOLE LIMPET, 2 PAPER FIGS, 28 WENTLETRAPS, and 2 NASSA.
We’ve got a full moon tonight and there will be a pretty low tide tomorrow morning around 7:30. We hope to see you out there!
Oh I’m so jealous! It’s freezing here (15 degrees). Lightening welks are my favorites, dark brown ones, along with orange scallops. Pick up a few for me!
Let me know right before you come down and I’ll scope out the best spots for the lightenings. We’ll save you some. ;)