Sea Glass Hunting and Beachcombing

Here’s a collection of the articles I’ve written about my beachcombing hobby, sea glass hunting. As a writer, there’s nothing more peaceful or serene than going out in a kayak and searching for treasure on a deserted beach. Absolutely my happy place. The ideas for my articles and novel chapters always evolve from this place of quiet, and as long as there are still beaches, I’ll be on them looking for sea glass.

(I share photos of beachcombing finds in real time on my Instagram account!)

Is Seeded Glass Sea Glass?

Dead Horse Bay: Trash or Treasure?

Sea Glass Addiction

Judging Sea Glass Treasure

Beachcombing Family

Stop Buying Fake Sea Glass

London in Fragments: A Mudlark’s Treasure

What Sea Glass Can Teach Us

Sea Glass Breaking Bad

The Darker Side of Davenport

Run Over by a Kayak

Shark Tooth Fossil Hunting

Beware Fake Sea Glass

Extreme Sea Glass Hunting in Davenport California

The Warning Shot

The Magic of Mudlarking

No One Owns the Coastline

Think Like a Marble

Beachcomber’s Nightmare

The Little Piece of Sea Glass That Couldn’t

The Lure of Sea Glass

Dream Job: International Beachcomber

The Fragile Nature of Beachcombing

Sea Glass Seeding Versus Tumbling

The Zen of Sea Glass Hunting 

The Internet is Ruining My Hobby

Microbeads Are Freaking Me Out

Castles in the Sand

Beachcombing: A Sense of Community

Sea Glass Hunting for Dummies

The Story of the Red Plate

Accidental Sea Glass Suicide

Sea Glass Jewelry: Julie Anderson Design, The Landlocked Mermaid

Girl vs. Island: Children of the Corn Edition

Girl vs. Island: Jellyfish vs. Vagina

Life Lesson: US Coast Guard Firing Range Signs Are Real

Girl vs. Island: Sea Glass Therapy

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  1. Go Scarlet – December Delights Bumper Prize | Deranged Writers

    December 24, 2014 at 2:33 am

    […] Mary is a mother of four on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, where she enjoys kayaking and sea glass hunting. […]

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