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Woods, water & worse/Jim Junttila

Summer solstice brings anglers together

June 18, 2010
By Jim Junttila

It stays light til after 10 these days. The sun barely sets over Duluth when it seems to be coming back up again at the Soo, as if Lake Superior was its entire celestial arc. Sunday, Father's Day, is the Solstice, the longest day of the year; Monday is the first day of summer, when the days start getting shorter again until Summer's sister, Winter, arrives on Dec. 21. You know how they work; they're both seasonal residents of the Keweenaw, but Winter stays longer and dresses warmer.

 
 

 

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