Report Details

Remote, isolated section of coast that takes an effort to get to. Generally swept clean of human and natural debris by winter storms. The only things noted this visit were numerous shells and a few floats washed up from fishing/crabbing activities offshore.

Conditions

Temperature: 58 F. Cloud Cover: Sunny. Wind Velocity: Calm/Light. Wind Direction: NW. Tide Level: -0.5 feet.

Human Activities

2 couples on walk-in access route to beach; one with a dog- one with a missing or lost dog. 2 other groups of people on sand dunes, apparently not walking out to beach (+/- 2 miles).

Driftline Content

Ocean-based debris (from fishing boats, ship trash, etc.), Shells. numerous shells, and some floats from fishing/crabbing boats.

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Mile 139

February 16, 2023

CoastWatch volunteers and USFS cleaned up marine debris in western snowy plover management areas.

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Mile 139

November 9, 2013

We were "alone with the sea" would be an apt description.

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Mile 139

March 17, 2013

No visitors or human activity observed on this remote mile.

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Mile 139

August 10, 2012

Back to normal on this isolated stretch of beach with no road access within 2 miles.

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Mile 139

June 9, 2012

Usually, this long stretch of beach has been swept clean by the wind and waves.

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Mile 139

December 17, 2011

This windswept section of beach is generally kept clean of logs, kelp, and man-made debris.

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April 17, 2011

Once again, a nice, peaceful walk along a windswept section of the shoreline north of Ten Mile Creek west of Lakeside.

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August 14, 2010

Another typical day in paradise.

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