Cousins Janelle Hassebrock, 10, left, and James Twedt, 11, re-inforce the wall of their sand fort on the beach at Birch Bay. The beach offers nearly two miles of shoreline and views. Activities include boating, fishing, swimming, clamming, and crabbing. There's also camping nearby at Birch Bay State Park.
Cousins Janelle Hassebrock, 10, left, and James Twedt, 11, re-inforce the wall of their sand fort on the beach at Birch Bay. The beach offers nearly two miles of shoreline and views. Activities include boating, fishing, swimming, clamming, and crabbing. There's also camping nearby at Birch Bay State Park. NIKI DESAUTELS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Cousins Janelle Hassebrock, 10, left, and James Twedt, 11, re-inforce the wall of their sand fort on the beach at Birch Bay. The beach offers nearly two miles of shoreline and views. Activities include boating, fishing, swimming, clamming, and crabbing. There's also camping nearby at Birch Bay State Park. NIKI DESAUTELS THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Birch Bay

September 11, 2007 5:46 PM

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