On Driftwood Bay, Salty is getting ready for a special lunch with Hatsie and splashes on some of his old Honking Haddock aftershave. When Lily tries to explain to Salty that he smells terrible, he refuses to listen.
Lily finds a whisk on the beach and takes it along to Nonna's baking class. Nonna proves to be a tricky teacher, who likes things to be done exactly how she says, but soon finds she doesn't have any pupils left.
Lily finds a hooty horn washed up on the beach and on the crossing to Driftwood Bay she meets some friendly seals. Lily is sure she can train the seals to do tricks with her new horn - but Salty isn't so sure.
An old wooden spoon washed up on the beach inspires Nonna to once again cook her famous Seaweed Pie. Salty leads Lily on a golden seaweed hunting expedition, but he goes a little too far and ends up trapped by the incoming sea.
Lily finds an old key washed up on the beach and sets sail for Driftwood Bay to find its owner. After following a trail, which leads her all over the island, Lily finally finds the key's rightful home in an unexpected place.
Lily finds a little hoop washed up on the beach, which is just perfect for the Driftwood Bay carnival. Lily and Bull decide to see how many prizes they can win - but end up unintentionally spoiling the fun for everyone else.
A washed-up ribbon inspires Lily to teach Salty how to fly a kite. After one-too-many disasters, Lily learns that Salty is more confident at sea and comes up with a clever plan to help him fly a kite with ease.
It's Gull's birthday and Lily finds a bottle washed up on the beach with a clue inside it. Following the clues on Driftwood Bay leads Lily and Gull to the best birthday ever when they reach the end of the mysterious trail.