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And the nightmare continues for Gulf residents -- Gulf Shores beaches still seeing oil:
GULF SHORES, Alabama (WALA) - Joey Phillips, who owns property along the beach in Gulf Shores, found the tide washed more than water ashore.
Phillips said he was walking with his wife along the water early Sunday morning. When they had finished, the bottoms of his wife's feet were black.
The remnants of oil are so tiny, you may miss them. Once you touch a piece, the crude oil smears your hands. Phillips said they are carried in with the tide.
"I reached down and touched them and it's oil, little bitty tiny pellets where the dispersant has washed them up," said Phillips.
Philips said clean-up crews were out working the beach Sunday morning, but missed the tiny remnants of oil. He said he walked behind the crew picking up quarter-sized tar balls.
Phillips said he told the crews about the oil and at first, they told him it was just mud.