A man takes what he can carry from his PalCo Marsh camp.
During the May 2 evictions, people loaded bicycles, wagons, shopping carts, baby strollers and pretty much anything on wheels to take out of the marsh.
Eureka police officers allowed people leaving the marsh to store belongings, either in large containers or by shrink-wrapping them on pallets.
A sheet with a message of protest sits draped over a station wagon in the Bayshore Mall parking lot, near the site of the May 2 evictions.
The container housing project at Third and Commercial streets took shape remarkably fast.
HumCPR co-founder and Humboldt County Planning Commissioner Lee Ulansey installs a doorknob on a converted shipping container. In all, the container project is housing 40 people.
The county's Street Outreach Services van, with a free pile of clean clothes at the new container community.