cape hatteras sunken treasure

cape hatteras sunken treasure

my two boys took a road trip to the outer banks of north carolina last week to go fishing out of hatteras. the shoals off of cape hatteras are called the “graveyard of the atlantic,” because that’s where the labrador current meets the gulf stream. i don’t know how many wrecks there are, but somewhere near 5,000. in any case, steve brought me back a little sunken treasure. ok, it was sunken in about 4 inches of water, along a beach where people had parked their trucks and were throwing footballs, while country music played from portable stereos. but treasure nonetheless. and technically sunken.

beach shell from the outer banks, hatteras, north carolina

  • Charmian McLellan says:

    A classical piece of antiquity!


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