Edmund Peckiconis, of North Cape May and chairman of the Cape May Metal Detecting Club, searched the Cape May beach at Broadway on Oct. 31.
Artist Carol King Hood, of Cape May Point, went for a beach hunt on Alexander and Crystal avenues in Cape May Point on Nov.1, after Hurricane Sandy hit. In the left background is the concrete ship off Sunset Beach.
Hood held her Jack Russell terrier named Corie in her Cape May Point home. Her coffee table is filled with sea-glass finds she and her husband, Ned, made on beaches in Cape May, Cape May Point and Delaware Bay. ‘Each has a story to tell,’ Carol said. ‘Each has a history.’
Part of Carol King Hood’s sea-glass collection housed in her coffee table at her home in Cape May Point is shown here. The rarest of the glass are the red and orange pieces. There is also part of a plate with blue flowers. Carol said one of her friends found pieces of the same plate at a different time and on a different beach.
Edmund Peckiconis, of North Cape May, found these things Oct. 31 on the beach in Cape May at the end of Broadway.
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