Logs in the Waves

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So the story goes – a huge wave came up, a wall of water, and then there was a log on the parking lot and the bench was broken.

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They had to close all of the public access parking lots since the ocean was at the top of the sea wall, and debris was flying over into the yards and parking lots.

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Crazy Gulls. Nose to the wind. Hanging on!

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We’d duck inside a porch when the hail comes through. Crazy hard hail storms!

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I’ll be posting photos of the agate beds this week – keep this photo in mind – when you see the agate beds. It is incredible to see the ocean at the sea wall.

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Or over.

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Hard to explain. 10-12 foot wall. 4+ foot fence. Here’s a log for you, from the Ocean. Joy.

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