Mukilteo shipwreck

Mukilteo shipwreck
Mukilteo shipwreck
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By TexasAndroid @ 2005-07-19 08:18:55
Local landmark. Referred to by fishermen to talk of where fishing is good or bad.
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@ 2011-01-21 15:19:34
I tried to find this shipwreck one night, and it was not there. Instead, there was a newly built house and a yard. ...???
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Anonymous
@ 2011-07-22 12:57:49
This is Picnic Point Beach I believe.
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Anonymous
@ 2011-08-10 21:27:59
It is north of picnic point and you can walk up to it but there are no trespassing signs and they are serious about it. Look dont touch.
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@ 2013-03-30 17:27:35
The people who own this property approached our family with guns and rudely told us this was their property and told us to remove ourselves from the property and even escorted us back to our car. I drove down the private road and parked there becase my sister was handicapped. I just wanted to show my kids something cool. I understand they own it. But its a bit scary when the approach children with guns.
I think the parks department should buy this piece of land. I heard it was for sale.
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@ 2013-05-14 17:25:53
The people referenced in the comment above are my family.

We've lived here for generations, since the early 1930s, and own all of the land, the tidelands, and the ships. We don't appreciate people trespassing on our property, and will ask you to leave if you come onto the beach or near the ships. We are not selling the beach (sorry, commenter above this).