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Mile 143 Reports (5)
October 21, 2013 - AnnMissyThe beach was deserted except for us. It was somewhat foggy and windy so not the best day for a stroll on the beach. Did see 3 birds that were dead and washed up on shore...picture below. Picked up few items but beach was mostly clean.read more
January 20, 2013 - AnnMissyBeach looked good other than some bluffing from the higher water. Not too much garbage to collect. Had an enjoyable walk with our daughter, son-in-law, grandsons and two dogs. One grandson found about a dozen, intact sand dollars.read more
October 14, 2012 - AnnMissyThe mile was very quiet with no notable changes. The day was cloudy and windy so not a very nice day to be on the beach. There was lots and lots of kelp in several locations along the mile. We, and our dog, were the only people on the beach.read more
March 26, 2012 - AnnMissyMile 143 is pretty non-exciting. Just basic sand movement and usual shells, drift wood, bird etc. We saw no dead wildlife or physical changes. Were several plastic bottle that we picked up along with some other "man-made" items. There were 5 in our group (daughter & grandsons) and two dogs...read more
September 8, 2007 - twrightLess than the normal invertebrates. One wood box on beach 2' x 2' x 4'read more