What's sea glass you might ask? Well it's glass that gets tossed and turned around in the salty ocean water and sand. The sharp edges get tumbled away, and the glass becomes cloudy and smooth creating "sea glass." Many pieces eventually make their way on shore and can then be picked up by beach combers like myself and others. The pieces of sea glass can range in color from more common ones like greens, browns, and clear to less common like cobalt and turquoise blue and then to the rarest of rare, red, orange, yellow, and pink.
There is even a National Sea Glass Association that has a competition every year where you can submit pieces of sea glass found. The best piece receives a $1,000 prize. If that's not incentive to become a sea glass collector, I don't know what is. Something worth $1,000 dollars CANNOT be considered trash.
Anyway, there are lots of beaches in Grenada where you can find sea glass. A couple of weeks ago, a few of the SO's went to Flamingo Bay in Happy Hill (don't you wish you lived somewhere named Happy Hill?) just outside of St. George's. We went there because we had heard there was some great snorkeling. There most definitely was. But we also hit the jackpot of all jackpots of sea glass. This beach had tons! We all came home with bags full of it.