There's nothing in front of us but ocean for thousands of miles. Obviously the forces of the sea have dislodged a lot of trees near the shore, as well as carrying cut timber some distance from where it was lost by the loggers.
This assembly we found on Willowbrae Beach at the Southern end of Pacific Rim National Park on Vancouver Island. The tide was just beginning to rise and we could walk a long way out on the beach. At the edge of beach, fireweed was growing amid ferns: a love sight.
It was a great trip, one of the best we've taken.