Kathy found another Fossil Beach! This one is in Virginia's Westmoreland State Park, on the south shore of the Potomac River. We have visited another DC-area beach with sharks' tooth fossils in this area -- Calvert Cliffs State Park in Maryland, by ourselves in 2012, and with Matt and William in 2020.
The weather today was supreme -- full sun and about 70F during the mid-afternoon! We thought it would be great for an outing to beachcomb and see if Kathy could find another shark's tooth.
It was about an hour's drive to the state park and the trailhead from our campground near Fredericksburg, but well worth the drive. Here we are starting our hike to Fossil Beach on the Big Meadow Trail:
From here, it was only about 1.5 miles back to the trailhead. We made our way home, walked the cats and are sitting back, enjoying our memories of this beautiful late Autumn hike.