Loved that compilation Dennis. Many thanks!
That was amazing, thanks... :)
Obviously a work of love! Also enjoyed the many lake, sky and weather moods. Casna
There sure are some great horns out there, Roger Blough, Alpena's classic steam whistle, the Barker Bark, even some of the smaller Lakers have some pretty loud horns. I think we need more two toners like the Barker.
Nothing, absolutely nothing tops the throaty two note growl of the Barker! Of all the horns I've heard, I'd always put it number one.
Completely agree, Hopefully one day my ears will be able to hear it in person.
Wow! That was fantastic! I love these little surprises you come up with! I hear one every day on my phone - Edward L. Ryerson is my ringtone. Thank you!
I love the horns but could you do a version without music? I find it to be very distracting. I only listened to the first four boats and then decided it was not worth it to try to disentangle the music from the horns. Usually I just mute, but with this I wouldn't get to hear the great horns.thanks,deb
You betcha! It will be uploaded soon.
You saved the best for last. Mesabi Minor, Alpena, Michipicoten my favorites. I still love them all.
Dennis I love this SO much better without the music. Thanks Deb for suggesting it and props to you Dennis for making it happen! I love my Alpena!
Agreed, love the Alpena, grand ole lady of the lakes!! Grammie Pat, West St. Paul, MN
Thanks Dennis for posting a video without the music. I appreciate it. The horns are all the music I need. Also thanks for everything else you do. When we can't be up in Duluth, we can still see the ships (and Jeffery) and hear the horns.deb
My Wife and I just got back from 4 days in Duluth! We also spent 4 days in the area in August, can't seem to get enough of this area! I have been a lifelong resident of Chester, IL., a Mississippi River town an hour south of St.Louis. Growing up around the barges of the Mississippi, I had a small fascination for watching them ply up and down the Big Muddy, but after coming up here and seeing these HUGE vessels and seeing the weather and dangers of The Lakes, I am FOREVER HOOKED!! Thanks Dennis for all you do for all of us BOATNERDS!