As I walked over the bridge that connects Sanibel to Captiva to get an overview of where the shells were coming in, I spotted the jackpot……under the bridge. Only 2 determined shellers were there to enjoy the bounty -they had it all to themselves. Rain doesn’t keep shellers from shelling….unless there is lightning or thunder. There was neither lightning nor thunder yesterday afternoon at Blind Pass, just a few rain showers here and there. Enjoy the video of seashells and the Sanibel Stoop from my bird’s eye view…..
When I was there last Friday the water was 90 degrees. I wanted to hop into the melted ice water in my cooler.
Ohhh….I want to dive right in!!
Cool perspective on the video. Do you know if those ladies were finding anything? We’ve been at 112 degrees this week, so I’d love to be walking in the water!!!
As I sit in my office in Pittsburgh, how I wish I were back in Sanibel …
That video makes me want to jump in my ILVSHELN van and start heading south!!!!!
What are we waiting for?
Great perspective from up top. I love to hear the waves in the video – that makes me feel like I’m right there.
I was at that very spot Wednesday! Lots of shellers working that spot. Plus loads of shells around the corner in the bushes.