|Bob's Camp, Union River Bay|
Bob is an old friend of the family, and his camp is on the shore of the Union River Bay, a curious sort of ultra-tidal intermediary between the mouth of the Union River and Blue Hill Bay (which is itself an intermediary between the River and the Atlantic Ocean.) The shoreline near the camp is both rocky, with large outcroppings that capture lovely tidepools, and pebbly. I think the bedrock here is Ellsworth schist, a streaky, gray metamorphic stone. The flotsam is similar to what I find on the Island, with the exception of the teeny yellow snail-like shells. I don't know yet what they are, nor does Bob, which is surprising since he is much more knowledgeable about such things.
Periwinkle shells, blue mussel shells, crab shells, whelk shells, sea glass, drift wood, birch bark, (kelp with coral-like growth?), feather, rockweed, barnacles, bone, unidentified crustacean piece, unidentified yellow snail shells, sea brick.