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Mile 244 Report
July 5, 2020
Observation is from the first dune in the dry zone at NW 38th Street access.
Observation is from the first dune in the dry zone at NW 38th Street access. I took photos north and south from that position. This is my first day back on my beach walks in a long time. While I can see my whole mile from most places along it, my report detail is abbreviated to a localized people - (4) and walking or airborn critter-count (0). I did find a cave that had been pressed into the dense vegetation zone. I took a photo of this too, but there was an error and the photo did not record.
Temperature: 63 F. Cloud Cover: Partly Cloudy. Tide Level: 2.5 feet.
Number of people: 4. Walking or running: 4.
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Today was a beautiful day to walk on the beach with a dog or to take photos of the birds.
Although there are signs prohibiting fires and fireworks, they don't seem to be enforced.
I've attached photos of what appears to be a homeless shelter built into a cliff wall and a picture of children digging in the cliff wall.
An incredible opportunity to watch two bald eagle on Lincoln City, Oregon Beach.
What stays the same here and needs attention is the plastic drainage pipes hanging down the cliff from private property that drain onto the beach.