I had a wonderful time with Toby, Angie, Ryan, Julie, Karley (super sheller) and Roger. We traveled to a remote stretch of beach empty of people. The ladies were all excellent shellers. Karley the youngest of the females impressed me with her keen shelling eye. They found many rice shells, tusk shells, key hole limpets, a baby ear shell, and many more. I was also impressed with there container for keeping the shells in. Karley loves coquinas. She found many in all different colors. I noticed a lot of small black fossilized bone in the sand. It looked like the sand on Manitosta Key. A place I had been to before with the Essential Beachcomber Karen, learning different techniques for collecting fossilized sharks teeth. Well much to my surprise we found fossilized sharks teeth. I have only found a few on the Island in 17 years. It was a great day of shell collecting with a great shelling family. I look forward to our next shelling expedition. Keep on shelling Karley!