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Mile 36 Report
September 24, 2014
We were here a little past high tide.
We were here a little past high tide. Rain had stopped and the surf was high but easing. Not much of a storm and the worst of it had past. Our view was of pristine sandy beach in excellent condition The only evidence of humans was were the trails back up to the rest area. No trash or debris of any kind. Not much evidence of wildlife either
Cloud Cover: Cloudy. Wind Velocity: Moderate. Wind Direction: S. Tide Level: 0.0 feet.
Number of people: 2. Other Activities: storm watching. Storm watching. No one on beach in either direction for as far as could be seen with the naked eye. No evidence of human activity of any kind. Ours were the only foot prints we saw
Cars/trucks parking: 3.
a few gulls braving the storm
Seaweeds and seagrass, Small rocks.
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The king tides had pushed most of the debris up close the the highway wall of vegetation.
As I walked the path down to the beach, just to the north of the rest stop, a Canada Goose stepped out of the dunes and followed me.