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Mile 1 Report
November 4, 2007
This is not my mile but did want to see how the area is coming with the new construction.
This is not my mile but did want to see how the area is coming with the new construction. Big Hole and lots of work going on....beach was enjoyed by several on this beautiful day.
Cloud Cover: Sunny.
Number of people: 12. Number of dogs: 2. Walking or running: 12. Because of construction cones, many areas to park by the Highway 101 are taken.
Cars/trucks parking: 5.
Seaweeds and seagrass, Wood pieces.
Dune modification/removal. see pictures
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Beautiful day to walk. not too much litter to pick-up. lots of sand on the beach. saw gulls and ducks on the Winchuck River. only walked the river to California boarder thought you may enjoy the pictures.
All Mile 1 Reports
45 People were enjoying the beach near the Visitor Center in the usual ways; walking, walking dogs (8), playing in the surf and shallows, beachcombing, sitting.
High tide reaching close to vegetation (composed of European beach grass) above the waveslope.
Most important observation was the dumped contruction material - mostly wood - at the end of a rough trail down the west side of dune.
Crissey Field Visitor Center and Winchuck River access on north side of river are both opened today.