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Large dock on Mile 43. It has few to zero sea creatures attached to it and moss growing on the sides, plus little damage so I think it is somewhat local, and was probably lost from fresh water. Three sections are approximately 4x8 each. Bottoms are Fiberglas filled with low-grade foam. NOT tsunami debris, although there were a few timbers and other sundry Japanese items today.

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Mile 43

September 4, 2015

Stepping on to be beach I was greeted by a healthy supply of summer sand, low swells and blue water with changing shades of color and contrast as the puffy clouds blew over from the northwest.

Dale Lee

Mile 43

April 4, 2015

Save the Monkeyfaced Eel.

Dale Lee

Mile 43

March 28, 2015

Large dock on Mile 43.

Dale Lee

decorative elemnt for a coastwatch report.

Mile 43

December 23, 2013

Over ten feet of sand has migrated from the north end of mile 43, as remnant bits of last summer's beach can still be seen high near the vegetation line.

Dale Lee

Mile 43

July 23, 2013

Visiting my mile is traditionally a low tide, moderate to low swell event.

Dale Lee

Mile 43

December 9, 2012

Although it is about a 10 to 15 minute walk to the beach, ODOT did a major repair to the place I park and access my mile.

Dale Lee

Mile 43

November 20, 2011

Nice afternoon with exceptionally clean and clear air.

Dale Lee

decorative elemnt for a coastwatch report.

Mile 43

September 18, 2011

The ocean was quite foamy from a high swell at night but had subsided to around 5 feet when I was there.

Dale Lee