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Lake Ozette,  Olympic National Park,  Aug 21, 2000 - Aug 23, 2000     page 4 / 6

The trail continues both north (a short distance) and south. We proceeded south along the beach, careful not to take too much time along the way. Three headwalls exist along the stretch of beach we walked which are impassable at high tide. None of these seemed as if they would have been impossible to get around, but why chance it? Along the way one can see all sorts of interesting things. We saw a doe and fawn resting on the beach. We gave them extra room so as not to frighten them away, but they did not seem terribly concerned about us. We also saw the float in the photo below.

Kevin and Tom examine a rusty float lodged among the logs