There has been more wood in the water this winter than normal, every tide line is an obstacle course to weave through. For some reason a lot of the logs aren't washing up on the beaches like normal. We see the same 2' diameter logs and hundreds of smaller bits move through the pass we live on every day with the currents. You've really got to be alert as many of them are waterlogged and barely floating above the surface. Good pics Steve, not quite as bad as that here.
SV Laurie Anne
1988 Brewer 40 Pilothouse