Lake Superior Journal: The Vanishing Act at Pebble Beach



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Pebble Beach and Jackfish

I loved your tributes to both of these places. An ancestor of mine lived there for a time in about 1908, said to be a stonecutter. This is a coal and cpr town, can you tell me what a stonecutter might have done here? I thank you for your insight and thanks for sharing.

donna Creamore more than 1 year ago


hey is this all true I cant believe it I mean it just vanished before your eyes?

sophia more than 6 years ago

I just read your story

I just read your story of the mighty lake and was right there with you on her shore. My grandparents commercial fished out of Jack fish for a time and when I am there I do feel their presence, I too am a small part of Superior's ebb and flow. Thanks for sharing.

Susan more than 7 years ago

Rogue waves

Your descriptive writing draws a nice picture in my mind. Were these rogue waves generated in the Eastern Basin.

mike fellows more than 9 years ago

The Vanishing Act

Thank you for sharing this story with us. You really had me feeling as if I was there, too. You have almost captured the beauty and awe I feel for the Big Lake. Except the only real way is in person. Thank you.

John more than 9 years ago

Excellent narrative

It was a pleasure to read this. The article captures, so beautifully, the mystery and majesty of Lake Superior.

Dawne more than 9 years ago

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