Hobbies & Adventures October 2018 Photography
by Doug Billings
“Devil’s Island (Bayfield, Wisconsin) is the northernmost island on the western edge of the Apostles Group, and represented an important turning point for both east and westbound vessels coasting along Superior’s southern shore.
“With the opening of the first lock at Sault Ste. Marie in 1855, maritime traffic along Superior’s south shore increased dramatically. Eagle Harbor Light had been established 123 miles to the east to guide vessels around the Keweenaw in 1851, and Minnesota Point was lighted to mark the entrance into the twin ports of Duluth/Superior 72 miles to the west in 1858. This important navigational landmark remained unlighted for more than thirty years.”
by Penny Segura
“My son got to play football this year as #32 at the Onalaska High School. I love to catch my kids’ activities when I can.”
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