Acoustic ecology: the quietest inch in the U.S.A.

Reply Sun 29 Oct, 2006 11:48 am
One Square Inch of Silence is the quietest place in the United States. Located in the Hoh Rain Forest at Olympic National Park, it is approximately three miles from the Visitor's Center above Mt. Tom Creek Meadows. Hiking time from the parking lot at the Visitor's Center to the site is approximately two hours along a gentle path lined by ancient trees and ferns. The exact location is marked by a small red-colored stone placed on top of a moss-covered log at 47° 51.959N, 123° 52.221W, 678 feet above sea level.


Read more at www.onesquareinch.org

Just thought I'd share.
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Reply Sun 29 Oct, 2006 01:19 pm
Red is loud.
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Reply Sun 29 Oct, 2006 01:41 pm
Now that you mention it.....

For most of us, slience is fantasy to the point where we try to track it down by the inch.
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Reply Sun 29 Oct, 2006 02:35 pm
Clearly, this place is nowhere near my office.
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