Driftwood at La Push, Washington

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Powerful winds accompanied by high tides are required to bring monsters like this ashore.

epod.usra.edu/blog/2010/06/driftwood-at-la-push-washington.html


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    Puulaahi
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    Damn!

    Ch3x0
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    My driftwood is better than your Kracken.

    BeetsAndBears
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    sweet

    przxqgl
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    my impression is that a lot of trees like that are probably not too far away from where they were growing once…

    and i know exactly where that is… i fed the ocean spirits on that beach a few years ago… 8)

    Sleepwalker
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    Wouldn’t want to run into that in the ocean.

    Dreth
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    I can’t imagine what would bring down this monster in the first place, apart from, say, growing too close and too heavy to a weak edge next to a water body.

    W
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    You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!

    skinbubble
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    Wowza!

    pro_junior
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    it’s nice that they had Pat stand next to it to provide scale…

    Macol
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    hey, cool. I’m going here next month while on leave.

    figosound
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    Guybrush Driftwood

    HoChunk
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    Part of me wants to say “shoop”, but the part of me that loves teh awesome won’t let it.

    Do sequoias and/or redwoods grow so close to the shore?