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Mile 200 Report
December 5, 2008
Another beautiful BRIGHT day on the coast light wind/sunny and few people.
Another beautiful BRIGHT day on the coast light wind/sunny and few people. The presence of a large number of Sea Nettles in the driftline was unusual.
Temperature: 51 F. Cloud Cover: Sunny. Wind Velocity: Calm/Light. Wind Direction: SW. Tide Level: 6.3 feet.
Number of people: 8. Number of dogs: 3. Walking or running: 8. Playing in sand: 2. Sitting: 2. Within the mile walk I found several hundred Jellyfish/sea nettles I believe they are Chrysaora fuscescens brown and between 5 to 8 inches in size.Some intact others in pieces.
Cars/trucks parking: 4.
Few gulls on the beach. A great deal of broken shells with the Sea Nettles not much seaweed or kelp
Dead Fish or Invertebrates
Just several hundred Sea Nettles spread over the mile.
Shells, Small rocks, Wood pieces. Sea Nettles
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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.