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Neskowin Ghost Forest [2]
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Neskowin Ghost Forest consists of nearly 200 sitka spruce tree stumps exposed from Pacific storms after being buried for nearly 2,000 years.  They are covered w/ barnacles & mussels, w/ most of them exposed during low tide.

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