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Point Whitehorn: updated field trip

I updated my 11-year-old virtual field trip to Point Whitehorn, up the coast from Bellingham and just south of Birch Bay. I have been there many times in the intervening years. It’s always a fine jaunt, especially in winter and most especially on the day after Thanksgiving! There is plenty of changing geo scenery due to wave erosion of the beach bluff. The updated page has a lot of new pictures. Like this one.

Whoo hoo! If any visitors have pictures documenting further erosion around this big erratic, send them to me. How much longer until it is on the beach?

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