The Fourth Coast: Exploring the Great Lakes Coastline

The Fourth Coast Exploring the Great Lakes Coastline Beginning at the St Lawrence Seaway and extending to Minnesota the North Coast is the longest of the US coastlines Blocksma author of Reading the Numbers and Naming Nature explored the miles o

  • Title: The Fourth Coast: Exploring the Great Lakes Coastline
  • Author: Mary Blocksma
  • ISBN: 9780140178814
  • Page: 384
  • Format: Paperback
  • Beginning at the St Lawrence Seaway and extending to Minnesota, the North Coast is the longest of the US coastlines Blocksma, author of Reading the Numbers and Naming Nature explored the 5,000 miles of this northern coastline to bring us the most interesting, compelling and unusual finds along the Great Lakes.

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    • Mary drives around the Great Lakes in a van for a number of months and interviews people she meets, finds out about the business in the area, takes boat tours, visits fisheries, goes to pow-wows, camps in the state parks, etc. I loved this book -- wish I could take off 3 months to do something like this!


    • I thought this book would be a fun accompaniment to a road trip I took recently in which I too visited all of the Great Lakes, save Lake Erie. In a summer in the early '90s, Mary Blocksma took a solo camping road trip, hugging the coast from the St. Lawrence Seaway to the Boundary Waters, stopping at a variety of interesting places along the way, including Niagara Falls, Mackinac Island, and Isle Royale and encountering a lot of local eccentrics. However, she limited herself to the American side [...]


    • Mostly interesting travelogue about the Great Lakes, from the St. Lawrence Seaway to Minnesota, but only on the American side, (which is sort of like doing half the job.) Blocksma could have included more interesting historical information, but does visit several New York towns along the St. Lawrence and Lake Ontario.


    • Travelog of the author's adventures around the great lakes in her van, which was equipped with a mattress and cook stove. Sounds like she had a lot of fun and met some interesting people along the way.


    • This was an interesting book since both my family and myself lived along the Great Lakes. This author a librarian, took the a'circle tour' of the lakes and wrote an interesting book about her experiences and impressions along the way


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