RE: New member
"Brian M. Godfrey" <>
Tue, 30 Sep 2003 11:56:08 -0700
> I'm heading out
> to the Oregon coast this week, so I won't be around till mid
> October. (I can hardly tell you how excited I am to head out
> west -- I'm from the Seattle area and I miss salt water like
> nothin' else).
What part of the coast are you going to be visiting? If the north
coast, you might want to check out Hug Point at low tide. When the tide
is out you can go around the first point to the north of the parking lot
and you will be in small, secluded beach with the surf, a waterfall,
caves, and cliffs on all four sides of you. I've found it a nice place
to record (and just to be) because of the variety of sounds, echoes, and
combinations of sounds you can get there. I don't know if these are the
kinds of sounds you are looking for (mostly water sounds) but you might
want to check it out.
Another hint: the wind usually dies around sunset and sometimes
remains so for a few hours.
--Brian M. Godfrey
Wild Bird Shop, Cannon Beach, OR
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