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Great Lakes Solo: Exploring the Great Lakes Coastline from the St.…

by Mary Blocksma

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EXPLORE THE SHORELINES OF ALL FIVE GREAT LAKES—their visitors, rocks, birds, boats, islands, experts, exploiters, and many pleasures. Fish for trout with TV personalities; observe the re-creation of tall ships, parasail at sunset; survive an attack of flying squirrels. Mary Blocksma tries it all, starting at the New York/Canadian border, choosing the road closest to the shore, keeping the water on her right. Here is an armchair adventure which has inspired many a real one. Called "The Lady of the Lakes" by the Grand Rapids Press, Mary Blocksma offers a compelling look at the country's best kept secret and the world's largest fresh-water paradise.

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