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Concerned about a campfire site at the north end of Roads End beach. Some brainless wonder thought it was a good idea to use an extremely dry downed fir tree as their windbreak. If that dry tree were to get torched, it would lead to the other dry fir tree that leads up into the hills. Those trees came down in March. They are prime fire fuel. Contacted Ranger Ryan Parker for help in dismantling site. 7/27/15 update: Problem still exists with more campfires evident. Ranger Ryan aware.

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Mile 245

Roads End Beach, Wayside, Logan Creek

March 26, 2024

Tourist season is upon us - observed later in the day, but leftovers visible.

Lisa Bizon-Carroll

Mile 245

Roads End Beach, Wayside, Logan Creek

January 23, 2024

After king tides and heavy surf, most of the usual driftwood was up nearer the bank along with minimal bull kelp.

Lisa Bizon-Carroll

Mile 245

Roads End Beach, Wayside, Logan Creek

November 18, 2023

The beach mile varied quite a bit - with the south (less traveled) section with darkened sands and clear of most debris while the north end, with more visitors, was covered in stones with more small debris (esp.

LisaBC

decorative elemnt for a coastwatch report.

Mile 245

Roads End Beach, Wayside, Logan Creek

November 17, 2023

Just wanted to say there have been a lot of brown pelicans this season, more than I've ever seen, and I'm wondering if they will stay for the winter?

TerryH

Mile 245

Roads End Beach, Wayside, Logan Creek

September 29, 2023

Less tourist traffic.

LisaBC

Mile 245

Roads End Beach, Wayside, Logan Creek

September 21, 2023

Lazy, late summer day on Road End beach.

TerryH

Mile 245

Roads End Beach, Wayside, Logan Creek

August 14, 2023

Busy day at 245.

LisaBC

Mile 245

Roads End Beach, Wayside, Logan Creek

July 7, 2023

Dead elephant seal pup.

TerryH