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Discussion in 'Mid Atlantic' started by super fish, Nov 16, 2009.
post some beach erosion pictures from your home breaks
exposed dune fencing.
We can use that wood for kindling a beach fire since it's offseason; right? Pretty sure that's legal in November...
If you're serious... doubtful ... the dunes and all that they encompass are state property and burning that wood that helps make up the dune fence would probably be destruction of property / arson (knowing how big of dlcks OCPD are) Fires on the beach in Nov. is a diff story and IDK .. Its really not a problem to find some scraps though that aren't a part of the still standing dune fences.. crap is everywhere.
maybe if OC had not used pressure treated lumber,we could possible talk them into having bonfires on the beach for the local pop.an after storm get together could be alot of fun.
Here are some pics I took this w/e that are on my FB page. Hopefully the link works. Works for me, but not sure for anyone else since they are on my account.
Thought I post this here too....
For some perspective, here is the exact same spot taken a year ago:
bryan elkus' flickr.
12 always gets such a beating....esp. there..
Unreal. I was just there for Hurricane Bill and it doesn't even compare to the damage seen in those pictures.
Nice post jamie, there are some really nice pics in the album.
ya, crazy pictures Jamie. Its risky business owning one of these houses on the beach in that area.
I have couple from the same spot as well.