I have been to the tiny beach town of Neskowin, Oregon many times. We took an impromptu visit this past weekend and there was something distinctly different. Neskowin River flows down the beach and around the island of Proposal Rock, draining into the Pacific Ocean. However, I have only seen it flow either all the way around the rock at high tide, or at low tide, off the southern side. But not this visit. The beach sands shifted enough that the river is now flowing into the ocean at the north side of the huge island!
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