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Are you a sea glass hunter? Do you love the thrill of the hunt? Do you love wandering along aimlessly staring down at the sand? Do you lose yourself in the moment? Where do YOU hunt? 

Then you will probably agree that it's fun to share your exciting adventures, along with your collections, with friends and family!

This page is all about Sea Glass Collecting stories ... avid collector's stories, people just like you!

Telling of your experience to others gives you the chance to RE-LIVE all those fun memories. How many times have you spent holding a piece of sea glass or even sea pottery and blissfully gone off in your mind to that time?

I know I do often and it gives me so much pleasure 'just remembering' when ........

Sharing your story will give us all so much joy and it also adds to our knowledge of other places that we could possibly experience collecting some sea glass as well.

Your story will be placed on a separate web page on the Southern Shores Sea Glass website here.

Sharing your story is FREE and it's as easy to do as typing your story as though you were telling it to a friend, face to face. Once it is up on the site, it becomes available to you and visitors to this site for years to come!

sea glass and other collectablesSea Glass and other collectables found on the Frankston foreshore in Victoria, Australia

A few important Guidelines:

The entry has to be:

  • about a sea glass collecting aspect
  • about a learning / enriching / memorable experience you really have had during your actual time wandering the shoreline.

 The entry must not:

  • have the purpose of advertising specific destinations. This is not for a commercial entry.
  • it must not contain bad language or indecent photographs.

YOUR Sea Glass Story

We would love you to SHARE it here with us all!

Where did you go?

When did you go?

Got any tips for us?

Is there any local History about the site that you have found out?

This Page May Help You Identify Your Sea Glass Collection

Your Sea Glass collection probably consists of many colors. This page introduces you to the art of identification by color.

Use it to identify just how rare or common your treasures are.

What's New on the Site?

As the site is very new, the sections are being built slowly and a good suggestion would be to sign up to the RSS feed below as that way you will get notified when new pages go live.

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