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MILE 245 on 12/12/11   -   TERRY
LOCATIONLincoln  •  Roads End Beach, Wayside, Logan Creek
CONDITIONSMonday 3:00 PM  •  Sunny  •  45° F  •  Wind: Calm/Light from the N  •  Tide: 6.5 ft
HUMANSPeople: 12  •  Dogs: 3
ACTIVITIESWalking/running: 12
CONCERNS
DISTURBANCES
VEHICLESCars/Trucks parking: 8
ACTIV.COMMENTS
NOTABLE WILDLIFE
DEAD BIRDSTotal: 4  •  Species/names: 2 murres, 1 cormorant, 1 seagull
STRANDED
FISH & INVERTS
DRIFTLINEKelp/Algae  •  Wood pieces
NEW DEVELOPMENT
MODIFICATIONSNew riprap/shoreline protection
NATURAL CHANGES
COMMENTS
SUMMARYClear, cold, and quiet on the beach today. The public beach entrance at about 72nd & Logan (40A) was re-graded recently and covered with crushed rock, making it much easier to walk down. At the same time, just north of this entrance, rip/rap was added to an oceanfront home's seawall.
OBSERVERTerry EMAIL   •  REPORT PUBLISHED 1/22/12 1:02 PM
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