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Lake Huron

Dennis Hale
People

SOLE SURVIVOR

Many people may not realize there is a gripping first-person account of midnight disaster aboard a lake freighter, one that sheds light on what all shipwrecked sailors must face — and what survivors deal with when they are plucked to safety.

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A PLACE FOR ALL SEASONS

Some boaters might not consider visiting their favorite ports when the water’s hard, but there’s something undeniably appealing about an upper Great Lakes town in the offseason. At first glance, it seems flash-frozen, with empty restaurants, shuttered gift cottages and lonely marina pilings hibernating until Memorial Day weekend brings the first summer crowds. But when you look past the ice shoves and snowdrifts, it reveals its soul.

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