The Sounds of Oyster Farming

Brett Bishop has a unique job. He's an oyster farmer, part of a family business that's over 100 years old called Little Skookum Shellfish Growers. Brett absolutely loves his job, in part because of the meditative and sensory nature of the process, which he reflects on in a new Lincoln Now article:

“The sound of 10 million barnacles all going, tic tic tic—they make a squishy noise as they open and close, they make a squishy noise as you walk across the beach. It’s 10 million little guys; just tic tic tic. The rain tapping on the hood of your rain gear. The sound of waves on the beach. And then the smells…"

Here at Star Lincoln, located at 24350 W 12 Mile Rd. in Southfield, we can provide a sensory experience as well with our aesthetically-pleasing new Lincoln models and their new-car-smells. Come see for yourself at your convenience.

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