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Mile 168 Report
December 21, 2011
Beautiful sunny, but cold, day.
Beautiful sunny, but cold, day. No humans in sight. Two crows on the beach and a few gulls overhead. Surf moderate. Heavy frost remains in the shaded patches of the dunes and beach. Wood pieces and kelp scattered on the beach rather than concentrated in the driftline. Notable find was a black plastic cremation urn, no lid, no contents, but with label identifying the crematory in Eugene, OR. I returned the urn to the ocean, thinking that it belonged to the sea.
Temperature: 39 F. Cloud Cover: Sunny. Wind Velocity: Calm/Light. Wind Direction: N.
No humans in sight on the beach today except for me.
Only occasional bone with a few attached feathers, nothing identifiable.
Seaweeds and seagrass, Shells, Wood pieces. plastic cremation urn, no lid, no contents, label present identifying the crematory
Heavy frost lingering in shady patches of dune and beach.
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Fairly high tide, lots of plastic, wrack line had a lot of bull kelp.
Casual trails from parking lot and top of beach access trails developing.