After very heavy rain and winds yesterday, I knew this morning would be a good time for shelling. Just as the sun rose, I headed to the beach to collect shells and I was the first on the beach so I got first dibs. There were a lot of Fighting Conch but many were live so one has to be careful to only pick up the dead ones. Also a lot of Lightning Whelks, scallops, cockles, olives, sunray venus, and turkey wings were found to mention a few. I found an Alphabet Cone but it has a stink so not sure if I will be able to remove the odor. I think I saw almost every Florida shell on the beach where I walked except for Junonia, Starfish, Sand Dollar, and Scotch Bonnet.
It was extremely windy on the beach and I felt that I was going to be blown away at times but only my hat was blown off. The surfers had just begun to arrive as I left and more shell collectors began to show up. I spent the rest of the day inside working on this blog and editing pictures. Not much else to report.
I heated up some Tomato with Basil soup for lunch and made Deluxe Grilled Cheese (that's with a slice of tomato) sandwich which we ate inside.
Dinner was Sausage and Shrimp Jambalaya made with a recipe that I have used for years. Served with salad and hot rolls.
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