What's more fun than an Easter egg hunt this time of year? A hunt for sea glass after high winds and astronomically high tides. I'm not an expert, but here are a few things I've learned about sea glass hunting. See those lines of seaweed that run parallel to the shore? That's where the tides deposit most of what washes up on the shore. Look around there.
A good time to go is on a sunny day. (But even better is during that golden hour before sunset where the glint of a piece of sea glass can easily catch your eye.) Also to maximize your area of coverage, plan to go near low tide.
Common pieces are white, green and beer bottle glass. This is the first piece I found today.
Some rarer colors are red, orange, blue, black and aqua. But not necessarily in that order. I was lucky to find this blue piece today.
As well as this nice sized aqua piece.