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‘Mystery’ sand piles reappear in Shore town

Symmetrically formed sand piles have once again appeared on an Ocean County beach. Jerry Meaney, publisher of the Facebook page Barnegat Bay Island, NJ, says the piles are scattered throughout Point P... read more

Why beaches lose their sand – and then suddenly reappear

Rip-currents are created in certain circumstances where water piles up close to the shore and ... returned the sand just one day later. In 1995 I was involved in deploying some equipment to measure fl... read more

A Skier’s Discovery in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains

When the western shore ... sand, there is nothing to take hold of your turns, just the aftermath of grit in your boots. Up in the mountains surrounding the M'Goun Valley, Henry gained excitement upon ... read more

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Where to eat and drink in the Outer Banks

Waves Market & Deli piles its sandwiches high ... Towns throughout Outer Banks, including Duck, Southern Shores, Kitty Hawk and Kill Devil Hills, are planning beach nourishment efforts for 2017, pumpi... read more


Treasure hunters solve 180-year-old mystery

He rolled in and the boatman moved the dinghy a few hundred metres to wait for him to reappear. Underwater ... and then drifted into a large cave about 100 metres from the western shore. Rocks overhea... read more

MONTAUK BEACH BECOMES A NEW HOT $POT

When more than $1,000 in small bills mysteriously washed up on the shore of a secluded beach in Montauk, L.I., tourists went loco, scrambling to the surf in scores to root among the seaweed for sand d... read more

Alaska’s big river never stops flowing

I start at the river town of Eagle, population 85 ... At Eagle, the Yukon quietly piles into Eagle Bluff and turns northward. It is smooth, dimpled with gentle whirlpools and more than one-quarter mil... read more

The Channel Islands’ surviving lore

When the tide is out at the town of St Aubin, locals roam the shore for delicacies the ocean has left behind, as they have done for centuries. The prize finds are cockles and sand eels ... her flaming ... read more

CHILLING OUT IN TORTOLA

Bomba's is set on a north-shore beach called Apple Bay, the preferred surfing spot on the island. It looks less like a popular place to boogie at night than the aftermath of a hurricane, as if a junky... read more

Who was John Africa?

Somehow, it seemed appropriate that this visionary leader of MOVE, this phantom-like fugitive, should be as much a mystery in death as he was in life. His corpse both baffled forensic science and carr... read more

Why beaches lose their sand – and then suddenly reappear

Rip-currents are created in certain circumstances where water piles up close to the shore and ... returned the sand just one day later. In 1995 I was involved in deploying some equipment to measure fl... read more

The stories behind Thrasher’s fries and other iconic beach foods

"A special moment over a tub of Thrasher's isn't just a pile of fries," said Tony ... the smell of the ocean and the feel of sand, he said. "It's something you can only do when you're at the beach." J... read more



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