Kathy is an avid sheller who enjoys learning about the wildlife and marine habits. We left the dock as the sun was coming up and returned nine hours later. We started the trip by going to a remote area across the bay and explored. It was a great walk and talk as we observed marine life. Next it was out to the barrier islands where a beautiful LIONS PAW was discovered among many other shells. Then we had a quick lunch at an island outpost and then it was back to shelling. Kathy found many olives, tusks, wentletraps, nutmegs and an albino lightning whelk. It was definitely a day for the whelks and a great day of exploring new places.