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Lizards lurk when eagles soar


Last updated 2/26/2020 at 10:06am

Photo courtesy of Andrew Wills.

Eagle Scout Andrew Wills' project in 2016 featured a welcome sign at the Japanese Gulch trailhead.

Eagle projects typically require a great deal of time and effort. That certainly was the case for Andrew Wills who completed his project in August 2016.

So it was disheartening, to say the least, when unknown vandals defaced the Japanese Gulch trailhead monument that Wills had painstakingly built for his Eagle project.

The curved brick wall featured metal letters reading, "Japanese Gulch Welcomes You," a painting of the lighthouse in the center, and new plantings bordering the front.

Now, several metal letters have been broken off, and the lighthouse sign is gone.

Wills said the $2,600 proj...

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