A gull seems to proudly pose with a crab caught at Seal Rock State Recreation Site on Saturday, Oct. 2. The three big rocks at the state recreation site — called “Castle,” “Tourist” and “Elephant” — were given to the state by the federal government in 1928. Two years later, Lincoln County donated 0.24 acres of land for the wayside, which now features public restrooms, parking, picnic tables amongst shore pine and spruce, and an ADA-accessible beach viewpoint. (Photo by Kenneth Lipp)

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