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Lakes

Michigan is the only state touched by four of the five Great Lakes (Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Superior and Lake Michigan) and it is the only state divided in two parts: Lower Peninsula that looks like a mitten) and the Upper Peninsula. Altogether, Michigan has 11,000 lakes!! People love to come to fish, hunt, ski, swim and boat, or just to have a good time at the lake.

H O M E S: this acronym people use to name all of the Great Lakes:
Lake Huron
Lake Ontario (it is the only Great Lake not touching Michigan)
Lake Michigan
Lake Erie
Lake Superior

Lake Huron

Aug. 13, 2005: Huron, Lake - The second largest (23,010 square miles) of the Great Lakes, lying between eastern Michigan and southern Ontario, Canada. Lake Huron is connected to Lake Superior via St Mary’s River, and to Lake Michigan via the Straits of Mackinac. There are several small ports on its shores, and lumbering and fishing are important economic activities in the region.

Lake Huron

Aug. 13, 2005: Blue Water Bridges

Lake Huron

Aug. 13, 2005: Lightship Huron, MI. Nowadays it serves as the Huron Lightship Museum.

Lake Huron

Aug. 13, 2005: On board ship. I wish I knew what awaits Me… 12 months ahead!!

Lake Huron

Aug. 13, 2005: Port Huron

Lake Huron

Aug. 13, 2005: Sunday afternoon. People having a good time at the lake ...

Lake Huron

Aug. 13, 2005: Probably you have seen “palm gesture,” simulating the map of Michigan and showing where people live and where the places are)

Lake Huron

Aug. 13, 2005: From left to right: Ivo, Derrick, me, Jen (the following Thursday Jen and Derrick left for the Czech Republic for one year, and it was just the last opportunity for them to say “goodbye” to the Lake ...)

Lake Huron

Aug. 13, 2005: A distant view of Canada

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Aug. 13, 2005: On the same day we went to see 2005 Blue Water – Indian Celebration.

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: Michigan, Lake - The third largest (22,400 square miles) of the Great Lakes, lying between the states of Michigan and Wisconsin. [from native American language: Objibwa missikamaa, “it is a big lake.”]

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: At the end of September I was warmly invited by Kathy (Lahser English teacher) and her husband Steve to spend weekend with them at their KAMP by Michigan Lake near Charlevoix. It was neat, because after couple of weeks of settling in at my new home I was given a chance to have a rest and just relax…Let’ s go UP NORTH!!

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: Sky and I in the early morning

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: With Kathy, MI Lake

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: “Boat Garage” Michigan Lake

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: Charlevoix Bridge which is raised at scheduled intervals. Charlevoix is a nice harbor town that is quite popular with tourists.

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: Houses for people and boats …

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: On the board!

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: Beautiful weekend houses and cottages with the boat docks

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: The boats docked near Charlevoix

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: docks …

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: Kathy and Steve’s weekend house

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: A small port in Charlevoix

Lake Michigan

Sept. 24, 2005: Very romantic sunset

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