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Mile 16 Report
February 2, 2008
This is the section of Mile 16 that I call Spruce Island Viewpoint South.
This is the section of Mile 16 that I call Spruce Island Viewpoint South. In a small ravine along the trail there were many downed 4-8 inch diameter snag (killed/diseased by what?)trees. They were probably blown down by the series of storms we've experienced of late. The ravine had no undergrowth and I believe may have been replanted after a logging situation with the same species of trees that were all the same age. This is a very small testimony about how natural species and age diversity protects our forests.
Cloud Cover: Rain. Wind Velocity: Strong. Wind Direction: SW.
Apparent violations: None.
Stranded Marine Mammals
Dead Fish or Invertebrates
Not much beach to see
None can happen here
No unnatural erosion
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Not a lot of garbage on the the Natural trail, but the Arch Rock trail did have quite a few plastic bottles and pop cans.
This is the section of Mile 16 in Sam Boardman Park I call Spruce Island Viewpoint South that includes Deer Point.
This is the section of Mile 16 in Sam Boardman Park I call Spruce Island Viewpoint North that includes Arch Rock Viewpoint.
This is the section of Mile 16 in Sam Boardman Park I call Thunder Rock Cove viewpoint south that includes Natural Bridges.