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Nunalleq after the storm

October 12, 2017

Mike has been out taking som pictures of the beachfront at the site after the first storm. The sandbag barrier seems to have worked well, but took some beating. He found a few bags some 50 m from the site. The new storm is expected to reach its culmen tonight with 70 mph gusts and waves up to a meter above the high tide line. This puts them pretty much at the level of the beach front grass line, which means the site/coast could actually be in for a worse beating this time. Finger’s x’d the sandbags will hold.

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(Pictures curtesy of Mike)

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  1. Marjorie permalink
    October 12, 2017 14:19

    Thank you for the photos. Hopefully what the centuries have protected can still be preserved through this winter.

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