The Shells are Bubbling Up Posted by pam | Feb 8, 2010 | Augers, Driftwood, Horse Conch, Jingle, Pear Whelk, Sanibel Beachcombing, West Gulf Drive | 4 Driftwood and shellers on West Gulf #7 Bubbling shells on West Gulf #5 A little candy for me (baby Horse Conch) 2 baby Horse Conchs, Pear Whelk, Auger, and a Jingle Share with your friends!EmailInstagramPinterestFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related Share:
I LOVE your blog!! Thank you so much for making me feel like I’m back on the islands. :-)))) I’m amazed that piece of driftwood is still on the beach – it was there when I last visited in May!! I took this video by propping my little camera on it!
wow! That video is great! Thanks for the addition.
I just found your blog. How I enjoy reading all about the shelling on Sanibel. I was on Sanibel at Christmas and only shelled at Bowman’s Beach. I am so excited about coming back Feb 20-24th. I am going to check out the other beaches and was wondering what you mean by West Gulf #5, #6 etc… This time I will be staying at Island Inn. I fell in love with Sanibel and shelling. I am trying to learn a little more about shelling for my next trip and your blog is perfect for that. Thanks for sharing!! I will be taking my computer and checking your blog while I am there.
I blog about the parking areas West Gulf Drive #5, #6, etc just as a landmark of where I take pictures or shells or the beach. If you go to the tabs on the top of this site, you’ll see a tab for “SW Florida Beach Info”. Put your curser on that tab and a drop down menu will appear. Then put your curser over “Parking”, then click on the button that says “Sanibel”. You will see a map of the island. If you click on the map, it will get larger for you to see a bit better. If you look for seven purple circles on the bottom left, just past Rabbit Rd, the first purple circle is West Gulf Drive #1 parking then so on. You have to have a sticker for your car and it’s for Sanibel residents but there are lots of cute rental cottages and hotels along there. The island is perfect for biking too so you can get there by bike as well. Since you are staying at the Island Inn, you are pretty near there and you might have similar shell piles any way. So good luck and if you find something good while you are here, send a picture!