Red Sky- Blue Sky

Red skies in the morning
give us fair warning,
of torrents of raindrops
that simply won’t stop.

Blue skies in the morning
care nothing of warnings,
as they giggle in sky-talk
of people on dog walks.

My heart follows nature
no matter the day,
with my searching blue eyes
Lake Superior ’tis always my prize.

Dr. Deb

We live in Two Harbors, Minnesota, and have the luxury of gazing at Lake Superior from our deck. The attached picture is of the Crisp Point Lighthouse in the UP of Michigan. It is one of the U.S. Life-Saving Service Stations along the coast of Lake Superior between Munising and Whitefish Point.

The stretch of coast between Whitefish Point and Grand Island is known as “The Shipwreck Coast.” On November 10, 1975, the SS Edmund Fitzgerald collided with a violent storm.
It sank about 17 miles northeast of Crisp Point.
The Fitzgerald’s last radio communication was with the Coast Guard station at Grand Marais.

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