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Before the hail storm, we encountered a large,dead marine mammal. Head and back flippers gone or buried under the sand. It was at least 6 feet long and showing blood, but I couldn't see the cause. Front flippers were large, so it might be a sea lion. Its coloring was a nice deep gold. No photo but I'll try to get one tomorrow, weather and sea allowing. The critter lies in the extreme high line just north of Johnson Creek's now more northerly bend.

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January 7, 2024

A rainy day at low tide.

Teri Spencer

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June 25, 2022

A rare day on the beach, as temperature was 70 degrees with the usual moderate steady wind.

Cynthia and Kevin

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January 23, 2022

An unusual warm day on the beach with just a breeze present.

Cynthia and Kevin

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June 24, 2021

Wanted to clean up the beach area before the wind increased.

Cynthia and Kevin

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March 23, 2021

Lots of people on the beach due to spring break.

Cynthia and Kevin

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September 9, 2020

Smoke clouded the skies today, but by the time I did my beach clean-up, the wind had changed direction and the temperature had cooled to 62 degrees.

Cynthia and Kevin

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June 24, 2020

A lovely day on the beach.

Cynthia and Kevin

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March 10, 2020

Usual amount of debris with the exception of a 4 foot plank with nails sticking out of it.

Cynthia and Kevin