This small beach and impressive set of sea stacks is worth a stop on your way along the coast. It's not as dramatic or expansive as stops further south, but has some historic interest as the spot where heavily armed American traders/settlers clashed with the Native Americans in what might be called the battle but was more like a massacre, after which the Americans withdrew. Walking to your left along the beach you can get very close to some of the large sea stacks and examine the variety of rocks uncovered by the waves as part of the mélange picked up by the moving North American continent.
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