Mile 48 Report
April 18, 2021
Other Mile 48 Reports (10)
January 14, 2021 - JaneSkipLegacyThis visit was just a day after a series of king tides and heavy rain. More logs on the beach than usual and one massive new landslide. I asked a two of the few people I met on the beach about the "...
October 16, 2020 - JaneSkipLegacyThe beach was quiet on this beautiful autumn day. We saw two people riding horses on the beach, which we had not seen here before and someone flying a kite. The ride was dropping toward a minus tide...
August 22, 2020 - alaingamericaVery pleasant day. Many people enjoying the beach. Dead birds distributed throughout mile, at least 3 different species. Removed a grocery bag full of litter including firework leftovers and dog poop...
October 23, 2019 - alaingamericaTook a short walk on the beach and found 10 "intact" beached birds, most likely Common Murres. (no gloves!)
July 4, 2015 - alaingamericaJust taking a walk on the beach, and noticed a large amount of immature sand crabs in the wrack line.
April 4, 2012 - MuriahFinder of the huge float said that it looked like the one in the photo in the newspaper that was said to be possibly from the Japanese Tsunami. I sent this photo to meteorologist who sent it to NOAA...
May 7, 2008 - cprinceeveything was relatively peaceful and clean! this will be my last report for this mile, as i am moving to portland.thanks everyone for caring for our beautiful coastline!
February 16, 2008 - cprinceanother beautiful day, more than average human/dog/vehicle traffic on the beach. the small black and white birds i saw last week were gone, found a few dead seagulls and one black and white gull,...
February 11, 2008 - cprincethe most notable difference from the last time i visited, about a month ago, was that there were large piles of rocks 1/2 way down the mile. it was difficult walking over them, and they lay from the...