Low tide reveals remnants of Bainbridge mill townJune 6th, 2012 by tristan baurick
The lowest tide I’ve ever seen at Blakely Harbor revealed some interesting remnants of the Port Blakely mill town that bustled in the harbor a century ago.
On Wednesday, a rarely-seen blanket of water-logged lumber was visible on large portion of Blakely Harbor Park’s beach. Not sure why it forms a zig-zag pattern. Any ideas?
Head down below to see a few more low-tide curiosities.
And here’s part of an old shoe. No idea how old it is or whether it washed in from some other place.