11 Mar Full Moon Morning
The morning started with the moon low on the western horizon. I traveled with two veteran shellers to secret spot # 5. Five days before our trip the winds on the gulf were 30 mph plus. I was anxious to check out the high tide line, now that the gulf was finally calm. Many shells were collected. The highlights were Olives, a beautiful Lace Murex, Fighting Conchs, two very large Banded Tulips, excellent worm shells and an Albino Whelk. Observing live Olives was also a treat. The solitude on the beach was pleasing to the ears. I enjoyed exploring with two veteran shellers.