I’ve been swimming at Anse du Gouverneur my entire life, but I never remember the beach being as rocky as it was this year. I ended up swimming its length while wearing goggles and I couldn’t find a stretch of sand that was free from rocks or boulders. Has a large portion of the sand been washed away, revealing the rocks underneath?
Beach Erosion on Gouverneur?
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