From Summer 2012, p34, Hand Papermaking in the Time of Climate Change, by Maggie Puckett
Another consideration is how to get the seawater to the studio. My initial response was to bring the studio to the seawater: bring a deckle box into the surf on a day with light wind, use the time between waves to dunk the box, hog it with a handful of pulp, and then quickly lift the box out of the receding surf before another influx of water. Success by this method would depend upon tides, location, surf conditions, and my papermaking nimbleness. The process would border on the absurd, becoming a performance of art in nature, with nature having the last laugh.