Saturday, August 29, 2009

The North shore of Lake Superior

The forest north of Lake Superior is as dense as any I have ever seen and the country side is covered by rivers and lakes. There appears to be a thin layer of topsoil over a granite base. Granite outcrops are every where.
Lake Superior is an amazing body of water and it's easy to understand why the Ojibwe called the lake Gargantua, Gi Chi Gumayii.

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