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Harborview Park, Bar Harbor, Maine; March 15, 2011 (Beachcombing series No.29)

It was 18°F when I woke up, 23°F when I hit the beach around 8am, and by the time I limped home with frozen toes, it was a balmy 34°. The ice dripping down the concrete seawall from a storm drain looked like gargoyles. The bottle neck at center was probably from a late 19th-century beer bottle.

Driftwood, sea glass, beach china, stones, a scrap of 1970s wallpaper, a bone fragment, and a marble.

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Jennifer Steen Booher
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It was 18°F when I woke up, 23°F when I hit the beach around 8am, and by the time I limped home with frozen toes, it was a balmy 34°. The ice dripping down the concrete seawall from a storm drain looked like gargoyles. The bottle neck at center was probably from a late 19th-century beer bottle. <br />
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Driftwood, sea glass, beach china, stones, a scrap of 1970s wallpaper, a bone fragment, and a marble.