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Stack

A unit of volume equivalent to 108 cubic feet. It is used in the sale of firewood.
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3 -- color) Sea stacks loom at Ruby Beach in Olympic National Park.
Nearby neighbors: This stretch of sea stacks includes formations with colorful names such as Black Rock, Table Rock, Cat and Kittens Rock and, yes, another Haystack Rock and Elephant Rock.
My favourite was the Westquarter loop which takes in impressive cliffs, stunning coves and sea stacks, home to a colony of seals.
Adventurous types should try the Elie Chain Walk which involves clambering past caves, rock pools and sea stacks with the aid of chains hanging from the cliffs.
St Kildans apparently developed unusually thick and strong ankles by climbing the sheer cliffs of the outlying sea stacks in pursuit of seabirds and their eggs.
Antiquing, seafood, and architecture in Eureka; sea stacks and beaches near Trinidad; wineries (and breweries and cheesemakers) here and there; and Redwood National Park, where the bigleaf maples are turning brilliant yellow.