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It's hard to believe that Coastwatchers want miles where something happens; usually, what happens is not good. I am very happy to report that nothing has happened since the last report. There is still little evidence of human usage away from the House Rock viewpoint, and even there the trash level reported last time has lessened. All streams are flowing strong and clear.

Conditions

Temperature: 45 F. Cloud Cover: Sunny. Wind Velocity: Strong. Wind Direction: NW. Tide Level: 3.8 feet.

Human Activities

Number of people: 15. Walking or running: 3. Sitting: 2. Fishing: 2. Other Activities: Taking in the view - 6.

Vehicles

Cars/trucks parking: 7.

Notable Wildlife

3 California sea lions, 4 oystercatchers

Driftline Content

Land-based debris (picnics, etc.), Ocean-based debris (from fishing boats, ship trash, etc.), Small rocks, Wood pieces. Ropes, a pallet

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All Mile 12 Reports

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Mile 12

March 17, 2010

No changes of any import observed since last time.

George

Mile 12

December 24, 2009

The difficulty of access and the State Park protection of Mile 12 continue to isolate it from any appreciable signs of human intrusion.

George

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Mile 12

September 15, 2009

Mile 12 looks pretty much the way it always does.

George

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Mile 12

March 10, 2009

It's hard to believe that Coastwatchers want miles where something happens; usually, what happens is not good.

George

Mile 12

December 10, 2008

Please note report was mailed 12/16/2008 to Ed Rossiter, as instructed.

George