Eerie Mackinac Bridge photo makes rounds on Facebook, a reminder of Michigan's winter at its best
Facebook users shared this photo of the Mackinac Bridge from Jan. 19, as winter descended upon the Straits.
10 Great Lakes Shipwrecks
The Great Lakes form an important internal navigable channel in the Central North American region. However traversing through these water areas isn’t easy and many ships in the past have succumbed and irrevocably lost in their swirling depths. Here are the top 10 great lakes shipwrecks.
As many of you know I like to photograph the Mackinac Bridge and after I heard about the blue ice at the bridge I was curious. Was it really that blue? Was it as big as everyone was saying it was. How big of a deal was it really? Well the curiosity got to me and I had to check it out. I will have to say YES the ice is that blue and WOW it is something you must see in person. While looking at massive ice chunks that in some places were 24 inches thick you can't help but think how much force…
41 years ago: Edmund Fitzgerald sank in Lake Superior
The 729-foot vessel vanished from radar as winds of 75 miles per hour raised waves to 25 feet in 42-degree weather.
The Sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald November 10, 1975
November 11, 1975 Newspaper Clipping. Sinking of the Great Lakes bulk freighter, the Edmund Fitzgerald in Lake Superior. www.marianneperry.ca
Edmund Fitzgerald and 17 miles to safety: Numbers tell famous shipwreck's story
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