Friends raked up 100 pounds of fresh steamers.
The sun set and we ate a Clam Bake - NW Style
Yummy home made carrot Birthday Cake with edible flowers!
Koi Pond Envy.
(note- yes she did a complete analysis. If you would like me to forward the excel and word docs - send me an email - nansenmalin at gmail dot com)Hi. I'm Ellen, a resident of Ocean Park, WA on the Long Beach Peninsula. Having spent many hours on our beach, I found the view Sunday afternoon very disturbing. Massive foam pieces in multiple numbers in our high tide line. I collected and analyzed this foam over a 1 mile section of beach - from Joe Johns Rd (approx 290th) to 315th. The attached Word doc describes the analysis in more detail and the attached Excel spreadsheet tallies the numbers. Others here are witnessing the same phenomena in the high tides in OR and WA.I am convinced that we are now experiencing tsunami debris. This foam is not glitzy or glamorous; it likely won't politically motivate our civil leaders to finance cleanup. Foam clogging the high tide line and breaking up into smaller and smaller pieces down our coast has many consequences. I am fearful.Sincerely, Ellen