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On the night of a full moon on the Olympic Coast's Ruby Beach, my buddy Todd and I stayed out for too long as the high tide rose up to create a river that trapped us. At midnight, we realized we'd be stuck at least three more hours until the tide pulled out and the river receded enough that we could cross.
As the moon and tide continued rising, this lone seastack seemed from another world, or another time.
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