Tropical Storm Bonnie
Tropical Storm Bonnie was
passing to the south across the lower section of Florida. This normally would
put more sand on or beaches and not make the typical “cut” we all look for. But
I knew there would be a slight window of opportunity. We might get one or two
good low tides with sand movement. Low tides would be at around noon and
midnight respectively. See we have been getting sanded in all spring and summer
and had not gotten the usual November nor ester last year like we normally do.
So the sand was really piled high and wide on our beaches.
The first day there was not much movement. But I managed to find a nice ladies 14K gold and Emerald ring during low tide.
But then it happened. That night the widow opened for just a moment. There was not a large cut present but a lot of the mushy sand was gone and there was large shells showing on the beach. This meant we were within reach of the “hard pan”. That’s the place gold rings stop sinking after being lost. I hit several beaches that night. Got this nice 14K men’s wedding band……….
A really nice women’s gold ring with 7 diamonds.
Another narrow gold wedding band
But by the next day it was all over and the sand had come back in. I continued hunting several beach over the nest few days anyway.
Here are a few other items I found……….
Nice Fossil watch, still running.
Nice little 10K gold charm in the shape of a heart with diamonds.
And a little change and crap…………
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