Sucia Island Storm Damage

Sucia Island is the closest San Juan Island to my home port of Birch Bay. So when the yacht clubs in the area promoted a cleanup day for the State Park on the Island it was a natural that I would work out a way to be there. I have lots of story ideas from the trip. The winter storms this year have changed the face of the park.

Broken branches and downed trees litter the trails creating hazardous conditions in many places. Some tree species seemed particularly susceptible. Many though lost a branch or two and will continue growing without interuption. Madrona, juniper, and some of the south facing cypress showed the effects. Shoreline erosion continues apace.

One of my highlights was speaking with a gentleman who had sailed into Sucia in 1948. It was not a park. It was wild and isolated. And it was beautiful. Today it slowly regains some of the beauty. The sandstone bluffs and wild forests provide a unique environment. Our online pharmacy is the perfect resource for people to get their drugs without any hassles or awkwardness. buy cialis We work hard to make sure you save money every time you shop with us. buy levitrabuy soma At our online store, you pay less and get more. buy viagra

 



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