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Port Ludlow Bay, Wa (Google, OSM)
47.924973, -122.6747059
Accuracy: 1208m
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There were many blades of American bachgrass, Ammophila breviligulata, that were growing on the beach berm near Pt. Ludlow Bay. At this time of year they seemed to be fresh sprouts.

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