Some folks were feeding the seagulls there, tisk, sigh. Don't want to get too close to that. Not that I have anything against seagulls but that's too many in one spot. When they fly overhead the odds are greater of getting shat-upon. I actually like the varmints myself. Enjoy watching them fly. I read the story "Jonathan Livingston Seagull" about 40 years ago. Also like the Neal Diamond recording and the movie.
Down to the beach a few feet to the left of the parking lot is a rocky area where the storms have washed some of the sand away leaving the rock. Amongst the rocks is where agates can be found. I only found a few small ones this time. Need another good storm or two. In the winter the storms wash a lot of the sand out to sea or someplace and leave some rocky areas where the agates hide.