After a 13 hour drive from Lancaster,Ohio I found myself on the shores of Lake Superior (near the end of the earth LOL)
For this Watery Wednesday post I’ll start with a “MYSTERY” photo.. Take a second to try and figure out what this is a photo of.. HINT: not obvious and not what you might think..
Sunrise over the Huron Islands Upper Peninsula of Michigan.”The Huron Islands are a group of eight small, rocky islands in Lake Superior, located about three miles offshore from the mouth of the Huron River in northwestern Marquette County, Michigan. Bald eagles also nest here”
“Lake Superior has a surface area of 31,820 square miles (82,413 km2), which is approximately the size of South Carolina. It has a maximum length of 350 miles (563 km) and maximum breadth of 160 miles (257 km). Its average depth is 482 feet (147 m) with a maximum depth of 1,332 feet (406 m). Lake Superior contains 2,900 cubic miles (12,100 km³) of water. There is enough water in Lake Superior to cover the entire land mass of North and South America with 1 foot (30 cm) of water. The shoreline of the lake stretches 2,726 miles (4,387 km) (including islands).”
Joe Todd reporting from Copper Mining Country on the shores of Lake Superior… Michigan….FOR WATERY WEDNESDAY
ANSWER MYSTERY PHOTO::: GOTTA LOVE THOSE BACK ROADS/DIRT ROADS.. “WHERE GOD LOST HIS SHOES”