The Singing Sands of Julian Bay

Featuring Duluth’s Bob and Peggy Hom.

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urbuddyandy

about 8 years ago

Park Point sands can sing after a good storm or when the waves get rocking. Try checking out a stretch of beach that isn't near a public access, after the waves push all the wood to a high water mark. It isn't a sure bet that you'll hear it but I heard them sing last summer on a couple of beach walks in between Lafayette Park and the Beach House.

MNmoose94

about 8 years ago

That's pretty neat!

emmadogs

about 8 years ago

My new dream job: 'interpretive ranger.' This is great, thanks for posting it.

Bayfieldwis

about 8 years ago

It really does sing! We ran into this last fall at Munising Michigan as well. The sand was really singing over there. We assumed it was a combo of the right fine grained sand and then temperature plays a role. Seems to be many factors that make it sing well.

Cory Fechner

about 8 years ago

A New York Times article on the demise of Steamboat Island.
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