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You will come away with great enjoyment and a new understanding of this beautiful place and its history.”

Historian, Betty Anholt
Author of Sanibel’s Story

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Epic Day For Shelling

It was an Epic day of shelling for Brook and Kerith. The strong winds we had 5 days ago deposited a fresh batch of shells. I have not seen shells like this in 20 years. Wow! The pictures speak for themselves. The true tulip was 6 and a half inches long. A scotch bonnet was found, many angel wings, cones, banded tulips and many lightning whelks. It was an amazing day. In fact it was in the top 5 best days ever shelling. You never know what the sea will throw your way.


Ranocchia 007 said...

Wow!!! I would die for these shells!!!!!!! Really great finds.

Kathy H said...

Wow! What a great shelling day! the tulip is absolutely amazing. ..and the good fortune to find a scotch bonnet ..and a beautiful huge horse conch, and lightning whelks, and, Angel wings, and..the list goes on.. Awesome.

Cindy Senkar said...

OMG!! What a day. We'd like to order that kind of a day in May please!!

Gail Douglas said...

That was an especially fantastic day of shelling!! I really like the true tulip!

Susan said...

Wow - you found a horse conch too! Gorgeous tulip.

Nancy said...

You are right about the photos doing the talking. What a day it must have been!!!