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post #6 of Old 02-03-2010
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Coupled with the occasionally heavy rains and mild temps we've had extreme tides as well, which tends to refloat a lot of previously beached debris, and moves it farther as well. The larger rivers also add to the mess in heavy runoffs - we've seen literal "islands" of uprooted trees floating in Howe Sound after some of our classic subtropical-fed spring storms.

Things can definitely go "bump in the night"....


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