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SAILING WITH DR. DESERT

Doctor Alemán, as he’s affectionately known throughout the city, has a beaming smile, an impressive collection of jokes ready for the telling and an encyclopedic wealth of area-specific information, from where to get the best coffee in La Paz and which evening to stroll the malecon, to the best spot for a box-canyon hike and the least-crowded beaches.

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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 freighter passes through the Straits of Mackinac, bound for Lake Huron.
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SURVIVOR STORY

When I was a kid, I lived in a little house on the shores of Lake Michigan. And as a beach-crawling tomboy, I spent a lot of time watching the horizon, staring at the long lake freighters as they plied…

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Anne Emerson and Nell Emerson Jarosh of Edgewood Orchard Galleries in Door County, Wisconsin.
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FAMILY ROOTS

What draws visitors to a particular art gallery isn’t necessarily the location, the style of building, the type of artwork or the price point, although all those things can play into a final decision to stop in for a visit. Rather, the draw tends to come from a more primal sense — a feeling for the spirit of the place. If the spirit’s right, it will bring visitors back time and again.

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