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Why did the chicken cross the road?
Sonia Zaciga - Maryland I started to work with sea glass a few months ago. My favorite part is collecting it with the help of my husband and my 5 year old daughter. Each sea glass shape is so unique, lets you create one of a kind piece of art.
Journal: What a fantabulous mixed media creation Sonia! You pretty much speak for the majority of sea glass lovers when you say your favorite part is the collecting. What makes sea glass so special is not only the beautiful pieces you find, but the wonderful memories you have of collecting with family and friends.
Thanks for sharing!
PS... the answer to the headline question: Because it wanted to collect some sea glass and the beach was on the other side!
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Posted May 21st, 2015
1st Annual Misquamicut Sea Glass Festival
Join us for the first annual Misquamicut Sea Glass Festival on beautiful Misquamicut Beach in Westerly, RI. Sea glass and beach themed artisans and retailers will be selling their items at the Windjammer Surf Bar by the ocean.
More details to come.
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