Charles W. Creed of Port Angeles combs for interesting rocks and small sea shells during Thursday’s low tide at Hollywood Beach in Port Angeles. Low tide on Thursday was minus 2.2 feet in Port Angeles with daytime minus tides through Monday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Charles W. Creed of Port Angeles combs for interesting rocks and small sea shells during Thursday’s low tide at Hollywood Beach in Port Angeles. Low tide on Thursday was minus 2.2 feet in Port Angeles with daytime minus tides through Monday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Minus tide

Charles W. Creed of Port Angeles combs for interesting rocks and small sea shells during Thursday’s low tide at Hollywood Beach in Port Angeles.

Low tide on Thursday was minus 2.2 feet in Port Angeles with daytime minus tides through Monday.

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