A small section of a large, nearly vertical wall along one side of the beach. A snail hangs out.
In case you missed it in an earlier post comment, here’s the text from a BC Parks signpost on the trail where the creek meets the beach:
Who was Tom Baird?
This creek was named after Tom Baird who was a pioneer of Port Renfrew in the late 1800’s. In 1902 he married Annie Soule and they had seven children, six boys and a girl.
Baird was a telegraph linesman; a demanding job as linesman had to patrol and maintain both line and trail. They were sometimes called upon to rescue shipwrecked mariners. He later became a local customs officer and justice of the peace, a position he held for over 25 years.