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    Lowest tide in ~20 years yesterday










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    Yikes! The poor starfish need a shuttle.

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    Awesome starfish! Were the oysters out? In the Sound I see they are not recommended right now---at least last I looked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KayLR View Post
    Awesome starfish! Were the oysters out? In the Sound I see they are not recommended right now---at least last I looked.
    Yes, this whole sound is oyster/clam paradise, just around the point is a large oyster farm even. The wild ones by the little island that was a peninsula at low tide here grow to about football sized, but I wouldn't eat one of those, the village's allegedly-clean stormwater bioswale empties out right near them, and, well...

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    Again, beautiful pictures, bae. Thanks so much for sharing.
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    Ohhhhhh those colors!!!

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    Even small-scale and close-up, the beach rocks are fascinating and full of life below the tide line!

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    Beautiful photos of the shoreline. Did you take these somewhere in the Pacific Northwest?

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