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Neskowin Ghost Forest

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It's the first light of daybreak on the small beach in Neskowin, a pocket of beach on the northern Oregon Coast that is easy to pass completely owing to the highway only touching a single market's parking lot as it weaves through. Chill air blows slowly over silhouettes of dozens of stoic figures rising from the shore's wet surface. For these hours the waves have retreated, and the emerging daylight begins to reveal an apparition in the hazy luminance. It's called the Neskowin Ghost Forest, and while aptly describing this scene's appearance, the name begets a trend lying all along the Oregon and Washington coastline: once living forest ...

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