We have a high concentration of cocina in our area and depending on the weather, it shifts from like 80% sand back to like 50% cocina/sand mix.Originally Posted by Deanis
Across the intracoastal and the other direction it's more regular sand.
It's actually very beautiful!
This is just a few miles south in St. Augustine Beach proper, and you can see how the beach changes (it's like 100 yards of beach area from dunes to the water!):
We're about an hour and a change from New Smyrna! That's where the Wifey's© family vacationed for years (still do) and where she first got introduced to Florida! (and why she decided to look for work down here 10+ years ago, and indirectly how we met )Originally Posted by surfinrach90
Do you know where Seawoods is located? My uncle just bought a home there (it's along the main drag near all the condos)!