Mile 152 Report

August 22, 2007
by cmoore

Oregon Dunes NRA, north of Threemile Creek
Wednesday 10:30 AM
60° F
Calm/Light from the N
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0.0 ft
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It was a beautiful, sunny day in August on this seemingly remote beach. It is a popular place for ORVs, however; the sand is full of tire tracks and there was considerable trash. We picked up two bags full and still didn't get it all. We saw four ORVs and two vehicles on the beach.
  • August 22, 2007
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