Nothing like having a high tide plonk a 5 ton log across your tent in the middle of the night.
I love the Pacific Northwestern coast. There's something about rocks jutting out of the ocean that gives me a feeling of being so small and mortal.
It's just a little crowded...
From a legal standpoint, I wonder who owns the driftwood?
If you find driftwood in the open water (before, obviously, it lands on someone's property) I wonder if you can claim it without any consequences of a competing claim?
Any driftwood lawyers out there?
I had to look at the link. I was at Ruby Beach a few months back and I had forgotten how absolutely HUGE the driftwood trunks are. Hope you had a great time camping!
Beautiful spot. Reminds me of Pukaskwa National Park in Ontario, Canada, along Superior's north shore.. Protip: The white driftwood piles make great beach structures to hide from the sun when it gets too hot. Nothing like a day of driftwood Jenga.
A girl I went to middle school with was crushed to death by a log on a beach similar to that one.
Under a tree on one of those three big Rocks would have been Cool; windy, but Cool! Upboat