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The City of Ocean Shores
and Oyhut State Park
in Washington state
July 22, 2013

Deer crossed the road
in Ocean Shores, Washington

A statue outside the visitor center
in Ocean Shores, WA

3 deer
statue

Below: Lee Duquette at the Gift shop entrance through the jaws of a giant fake shark.

A big shark as the entry to a tourist gift shop
A big shark as the entry to a tourist gift shop

The outside of the shark shop - a sharks/ocean life wall mural.

The outside of the shark shop
The outside of the shark shop

Inside the shop a real alligator named George got stuffed - only the mouth area is not real.

inside the shop a real alligator named George

Oyhut State Park- Copalis Beach in Ocean Shores, Washington

Oyhut State Park sign
driving onto the beach

Horses and cars on the beach and lots of kites

horses on the beach
cars on the beach and lots of kites

Just outside the beach area, a propane tank painted like a submarine

a propane tank painted like a submarine

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