Shirley's copper wrapped sea glass with pearls.
This is an old black and white photo of Proposal
A modern view from what was once the campground out to the beach. You can see South beach in this shot. You can see that inlet of water that rises and ebbs with the tide. It once was the perfect swimming hole for young children as it wasn't very deep. Our parents would let all go down to beach and swim in Slab Creek as long as we didn't go out to the ocean alone. It was here on these wide sandy beaches of our childhood summers that my sister Shirley and I began our love affair with beachcombing. Long days on the beach yielded many treasures - sea shells, glass floats, driftwood in shapes of animals, interesting rocks and of course the lovely sea glass that looked liked jewels from a sunken treasure. And now we are making our own jewels -