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Mile 263 Report
September 3, 2022
Got to the beach at 750 p.
Got to the beach at 750 p. m. expecting to see the last sunset after 8 p. m. for 2022 but fog had rolled in and it was to foggy to see much of anything. Could make out a few cars about 1/4 mile from the north end of Mile 263. At the access from the parking at McPhillips Beach there was a truck parked just to the south. Could make out other vehicles to the south and north but it was to foggy to actually see how many.
Temperature: 558 F. Cloud Cover: Foggy. Tide Level: 7.6 feet.
Number of people: 11. Number of dogs: 3. Walking or running: 11. Other Activities: So foggy it was hard to see what folks were doing. Saw 3 men sitting by a fire.. Could see quite a few cars and trucks and there could have been more than I was able to count due to the fog.
Cars/trucks parking: 5. Cars/trucks on beach, allowed: 12.
12 seagulls walking along the beach line 1 robin walking along the access from the parking lot at Mc Phillips Beach
All Mile 263 Reports
Over the past year (reports intended each time) we have walked and observed this and miles to north and south many times.