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Mile 193 Report
September 19, 2020
The day was overcast and mild.
The day was overcast and mild. It was a relief to be out of the smoke. A lot of people were parked at the parking area at Yachats State Park but not so many on the beach. More people fishing than I've seen before. I suspect the ocean is continuing to erode the shoreline but it is difficult to notice any dramatic changes.
Temperature: 68 F. Cloud Cover: Cloudy. Wind Velocity: Calm/Light. Wind Direction: S. Tide Level: 9.0 feet.
Number of people: 16. Number of dogs: 1. Walking or running: 9. Photography: 1. Fishing: 4. Surprising number of cars parked at Yachats State Park (25) parking area but so few people on beach. A lot of people were parked along main streets too so many people parked by State Park may have been in town rather than beach. There were only 5 cars and 1 bus (converted to camper) parked in parking areas the whole length of Yachats Ocean Road south of the bridge.
Cars/trucks parking: 34. RVs/Buses parking: 4.
Lots of logs in water just north of overlook at Yachats State Park.
Can't really tell if any significant changes in amount of erosion along the shoreline.
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A calm cloudy evening to watch the surfers and a group of photographers at Yachats State rec area.
A single dead sea lion observed on the beach at the Yachats estuary this morning.
Despite significant rain and wind during the night, the sun came out and the morning was quite beautiful.