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January 14, 2010


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Myscha Theriault

This looks like such a picturesque place to visit. Reminds me a bit of New England, Maine in particular.

Dominique King

Myscha-It does look a little like Maine, except for the lack of lobster traps! Whitefish, trout, salmon, and smelt are more like it in Northern Michigan.

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