I chose Tempest Knob for it's proximity to a lot of oyster beds that run along that side of the water near the center of town. It's not a long beach, and it's lined with houses; but it's pretty in it's own little way.
|Looking across to the center of town.|
|We started our walk at the pier at the end.|
|From a piece of seeweeds perspective....|
|Kippy toes on the left, Ava toes on the right.|
|Mussels growing in the beach grass.|
|I paused for a moments reflection.|
|We walked down to where the beach goes out of sight.|
|I love the purple bits of quahog shells...|
The Native Americans called it wampum and used pieces of it for currency, "back in the day" ....
|awwwww, baby quahog!|
|a piece of a conk shell, i like the spirally part!|
|a mussel, also enjoyed for the purpley parts! (oysters in the background)|
There you have it, a nice little March walk on the beach! I'm glad you could join me!