A crossroads of SR 4 and SR 101, with views of Long Island, seven miles long, sprawls lazily across the river mouth at the south end of Willapa Bay. At low tide the flats of Willapa Bay extend almost as far as the eye can see. Here, in the shallows, the long-legged crane is a common sight, standing motionless for long periods, resting gravely on one foot.
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