Daily Archives: August 3, 2010

Lake Erie ridges

Why were flatland inland campsites, east of Detroit, sandy like those near the ocean? That’s what I asked myself one year when camping near Ypsilanti, Michigan, during a weekend trip to visit the Henry Ford complex. I learned a clue … Continue reading

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Our great inland sea

Walking the beach at Whitefish Point, where the waters of Lake Superior flow into Whitefish Bay on their way to Sault Ste. Marie, the St. Marys River and Lake Huron, I pondered the origin of the multitude of rocks populating … Continue reading

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