Posted on October 29, 2008 by Jennifer Savage
For those folks who like to watch Patrick’s Point from the overlook at Agate Beach, be aware that erosion has caused about three acres of the bluff to have “slumped down,” making the edge acutely unstable. The overlook at Agate Beach has once again been fenced off. Anyone behind the fence will receive a citation, according to State Park Ranger Javier Morales – without receiving a warning first.
So be careful. As in, don’t put yourself in danger.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Thanks to Bill L. for the tip.
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Posted on July 30, 2008 by Jennifer Savage
From Matt Malkus:
The Humboldt North Coast Land Trust and Humboldt Surfriders are trying to organize a work party to fix up the south trail @ Houda point. Many of you are aware of the “hanging cable Stairs ” condition and the need to make this access point safer.
We are looking for volunteers who want to help out with moving rock, and fixing the bottom section of cable stairs. We are Plannining on the Weekend of August 8-9 if we can a few volunteers to help out.
If you can make it give Johnny a call @ 954-0777 or 677-3885.
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