The Great Lakes at Ten Miles an Hour

The Great Lakes at Ten Miles an Hour: One Cyclist’s Journey along the Shores of the Inland Seas

The Great Lakes are a remarkable repository of millions of years of complex geological transformations and of a considerably shorter, crowded span of human history. Over the course of four summers, Thomas Shevory rode a bicycle along their shores, taking in the stories the lakes tell-of nat…

It’s like reading the journal I wish I’d kept during my four Great Lake trips.  Hopefully when the opportunity to get around Lake Superior presents itself, I’ll do a bit better. In the meantime, this book makes for some great reminiscing and motivation.

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