Upset by graffiti defacing Clayton Beach? Here’s what to do about it
Graffiti scrawled across 200 yards of rock at scenic Clayton Beach will be removed with the help of volunteers on Saturday, June 25.
The work will be done as the investigation continues into who spray-painted a swath of rock, much of it sandstone, in an area that’s popular with families at Larrabee State Park just south of Bellingham.
“It’s time for our revolution,” read one inscription underneath a swastika and “SS.” Another simply read “no crime,” while other sections of rock were spray-painted with profanities, penises and the phrase “stay high cuz pigs can’t fly.”