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Mile 200 Report
December 28, 2012
Extremely high tides this week.
Extremely high tides this week. We are taking garbage bags with us on each walk we go on. Good time of the year to collect garbage. Lots of new logs on the shoreline in this area of the coast from north of Mile 200 to Waldport to Mile 199. High tides were amazing, as there was very little beach to walk on. See photo of high tide from Yachats, Smelt Sands State Park.
Temperature: 46 F. Cloud Cover: Rain. Wind Velocity: Calm/Light. Tide Level: 8.2 feet.
Number of people: 7. Number of dogs: 4. Walking or running: 7. Tire tracks on Mile 200. Who do they belong to?
Cars/trucks parking: 2.
Lot's of small plastic debris. We have brought out 4 garbage bag full in the last few days.
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Patterson creek had a heavy flow of water coming down to the ocean this afternoon.
Patterson creek was gently flowing and easy to cross near the ocean.
On Saturday, Apr 29, there was a volunteer cleanup event organized for a Girl Scout Gold Award with SOLVE starting a Patterson State Park.
Although there were only 6 cars parked at Patterson Creek State Park this early Monday morning, I saw quite a few walkers and off leash dogs on the beach.
There were a few cars in the parking lot in Patterson State Park this cool non-windy Thursday morning.