Gwen and I went to Crescent City today, we will post all/most of them to cascadiageo.org in some form tonight. We observed a deserted boat basin with numerous pilings with no docks attached, and a bathtub ring veneer (1-2 CM) of sand on top of the barnacles & jetty rocks on the interior slope of the south & east side of the boat basin, we did not investigate the entire perimeter. Someone could bring a stadia rod or do jacobs staff measurement to get height; there is a vertical control mark in the grass near the intersection of Citizens Dock entrance & US101 ~500ft away (NW corner of int.). I can research the bench mark details if there is interest for anyone else headed up there, just e-mail me at email@example.com.
There are intact and broken sections of flotation dock on both beachs north and south of the boat basin. Most are flipped over exposing enormous mussels that the shorebirds are feasting/feasted on.
The estuary culvert crossing near San Mine Rd shows signs of new sand and driftwood barely crossing the highway, it was likely very thin as woody debris is small and sparse on the east side. Some medium size logs and one stump were plowed off to the west side.
Anchor Rd (first left hand turn at North end of Crescent beach, near the Chart Room rest.) is pretty amazing as up to 18″ jetty rocks were pushed across the road, and big folds of ice plant are rolled over/rolled up. Small driftwood is along the road at 101 here also. Driftwood is across Anchor on the North side of parking lot/pier. They had not made any effort to clean the rocks yet, maybe to keep cars out(?). There are painted numbered rocks apparently about every 100ft in the jetty pile, rocks #11 are displaced from the tsunami; one possibly in tact, and one in the parking lot 15-20ft away
NNE. These are dense greenstone and/or central belt franciscan.
At the second stoplight into town from the south (Front St) is a creek that passes between Tsunami park (west) and an RV park (east), if you enter the RV park and stay right going WSW along the tree line near the creek, there is evidence of the creek overspilling into the RV park, this might have happened after the surge was reflected off the nearby bridge/tide gate where 101 passes by(?). At the mouth of the creek is a displaced sailboat with its keel buried in the sand.
Parking lot at mouth of Wilson Creek north of Klamath (near hostel before going up hill) has sand and woody debris spilled into it, also very thin, but it had to over come a step up and flow in between the two openings in the rock wall to make the deposit. We did not see anything out of the ordinary at the Lagoon Creek rest area.
Lots of water in Dry lagoon, but nothing in the parking lot.
Big Lagoon looks like it has breached recently, and we both think the level was lower on return trip this afternoon at 3-4pm, we passed northbound ~10am.