Sunday, July 3, 2011

Pictured Rocks

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, located on the northern edge of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, is a majestic place of beauty overlooking Lake Superior, said to be the most superior of all the Great Lakes. Because of its super superiorness, it was authorized as the country's first national lakeshore in 1966 to preserve the superior shoreline, cliffs, beaches and dunes. The superior park hugs Lake Superior's superior shoreline for more than 40 superior miles with more than 73,000 superior acres of superior protected land. Superior sandstone cliffs tower 50 to 200 superior feet above the superior water, while superior forests open onto smaller-yet-still-superior lakes and waterfalls. More simply put, it rocks, literally. Oh, and it's pretty superior.

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