Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Exploring Little Presque Isle

There’s a place where you can see the blue water of Lake Superior though the pine and birch trees as you walk a trail. It’s a place with lake water so clear that you can see every pebble and rippled lines of sand along the shore. Random pieces of driftwood frame purple wildflowers. Children dig deep holes in the beach sand. Yellow Labs swim through the shallow water to an island only 100 yards off the mainline. It is wilderness and tranquility. This place is Little Presque Isle - a tract called “The Crown Jewel of Lake Superior.”

July 4, 2009

Little Presque Isle is located on the shore of Lake Superior,

7 miles northwest of Marquette, Michigan

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