Girl with Sanibel shells

Caroline (St Augustine) was positively a winner with a bucket full of seashells at Sanibel’s Blind Pass. With a negative low tide, you can walk out so far on the sand bar right now to find lots of  FIGHTING CONCH, WHELKS, OLIVES….. basically, all of the SANIBEL SIX. Her mom, Jill, knew she found unusual shell so asked me to identify it. It’s a tiny little STRIATE NASSA!

Striate Nassa

Mike from L.A. (Lehigh Acres, FL ;)) was so happy to fill a whole bag on his first day ever shelling.

Seashells Mike

He even found three SAND DOLLARS!

Mike's shells in a bag

I take that back, I didn’t see the complete Sanibel Six because I didn’t see anybody with a CONE (that’s okay- the little orange”candy” takes up for it) but here a few of my finds.

Sanibel seashells in cockle

Here’s a short video of what the sand bar looked like at low tide on Sunday afternoon. This evening is another negative low tide of -0.5 at 6:24 pm. Should be good!

We have some WINNERS of the NIght Shelling Lighted Cap GiveAway !!!

First, I want to thank you all for so many wonderful comments and stories that gave me a look into your lives. I love getting to know yall a little bit better by hearing about you and your thoughts. Thank you so much for your support!!

I put all 283 (!!!) names from the comments together and Clark drew 3 random winners..

Winner #1 is Barbara Teitelzweig! You won the 2-Beam Lighted Cap.

Winner #2 is Deb Merkel! You won an i Love Shelling Tank Top.

Winner #3 is Angela Moore! You won the i Love Shelling Cabana Tote.

Congratulations! Time to SHELLEBRATE!

If you didn’t get a chance to check out the new 2-Beam Lighted Cap (it’s a hands-free flashlight and a cap all in one!) or other fun i Love Shelling gear, just click on this…..

Shelling shop junonia