Going Full Circle: A 1,555-Mile Walk Around the World's Largest Lake

Going Full Circle: A 1,555-Mile Walk Around the World's Largest Lake


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ISBN-13: 9780942235234
Publisher: Lake Superior Port Cities, Incorporated
Publication date: 06/01/2012
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Counterclockwise 1

Chapter 2 Into the Rhythm 16

After Thoughts: Our Survey 25

Chapter 3 Red Clay & Balloons 28

After Thoughts: Point Samples 45

Chapter 4 Entering the U.P. Thumbs Up 47

After Thoughts: Local Food 61

Chapter 5 To the Tip & Back 62

After Thoughts: Invasive Species 78

Chapter 6 Private Enclaves 81

After Thoughts: Fresh Water on a Global Scale 92

Chapter 7 The Land of Pictured Rocks 93

After Thoughts: Logistics 109

Chapter 8 Shipwrecks & Sand Beaches 111

After Thoughts: Budgets 126

Chapter 9 Crossing that Bridge 127

Chapter 10 Into the Wilderness 133

After Thoughts: Questions 148

Chapter 11 Dragons & Michipeshu 150

After Thoughts: Streams 171

Chapter 12 Voyageur Adventure 172

Full Circle Photo Album 185

After Thoughts: Climate & Lake Levels 213

Chapter 13 True North 216

After Thoughts: Meals 235

Chapter 14 All South from Here 236

After Thoughts: Sprawl 258

Chapter 15 The Homestretch 259

Chapter 16 Coming Home 281

After Thoughts: Miles Logged 285

Chapter 17 Two Years Later 290

Final Thoughts: The Thank Yous 293

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Going Full Circle: A 1,555-Mile Walk Around the World's Largest Lake 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you love Lake Superior, then you will enjoy this book. Mike Link and Kate Crowley have written an inspiring story that does an excellent job in connecting the reader to the Lake, its towns that lie along its shoreline, and the people and wildlife, who rely on its resources. As they share their daily triumphs, frustrations and pain along one of this country’s most important resources for freshwater, their story encourages a feeling of intimacy between the reader and the lake. I also appreciated the honesty in the way they described their relationship with the Lake, their family, friends and the strangers they met along the way.