Tag Archives: Lake Superior

June on Lake Superior

June is a month of variety, fresh green plants, and interesting skies. As the month ends, I reflect on the beauty of Lake Superior and the landscape that surrounds it. The length of the days and natural beauty is energizing. Everyday differs … Continue reading

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Superior Views: Lots of Rain

The week began with “extreme fire danger” warnings. But the rains came on Monday, and it has rained all week.  The swollen rivers and streams pour into Lake Superior turning the lake muddy brown. The middle of May is always fabulous … Continue reading

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Celebrate World Water Day!

Happy World Water Day! International World Water Day is held annually on March 22 as a means of focusing attention on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources.  http://www.worldwaterday.org/ The water on our planet … Continue reading

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March on Lake Superior

March brings melting snow, longer days and deep blue sun, but then a big dump of new snow. Today the lake in front of my house is full of white slush, but two days ago it was empty of snow, … Continue reading

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A New Frozen Look

February 1st, Lake Superior waves were crashing and pounding the shore, and it was reported that only 5% of the big lake was covered with ice. I was surprised that early morning February 2, our bay became covered with ice. … Continue reading

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It’s Beautiful, Cold and Frosty

The waves from Lake Superior pound the sandstone cliff. Frost covers everything it can hang on. The thermostat reads -5 degrees. Eagles, chickadees, pileated woodpeckers, grouse, six deer and a fox search for food. I am glad I have the choice … Continue reading

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Does “climate change” exist in Wisconsin?

As Wisconsin and the world have probably just experienced one of the warmest years on record, Scott Walker, governor of Wisconsin, is deleting climate change from existence, or trying anyway. Sorry governor, climate change is not going away! I have a … Continue reading

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