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by Jacqueline Widmar Stewart

  • ISBN: 0972748474
  • Author: Jacqueline Widmar Stewart
  • ePub ver: 1488 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1488 kb
  • Rating: 4.6 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lexicus Press (May 22, 2003)
  • Formats: lrf docx rtf azw
  • Category: Traveling
  • Subcategory: United States
epub The Glaciers' Treasure Trove: A Field Guide to the Lake Michigan Riviera download

Your personal, behind-the-scenes guide to Lake Michigan?s sandy shores in the heart of the country introduces a wondrous glacial . Obviously a labor of love. A must have addition to the collection for the serious lover of "the dunes".

Your personal, behind-the-scenes guide to Lake Michigan?s sandy shores in the heart of the country introduces a wondrous glacial legacy for you to study. Well written, glorious photgraphs, many by the author herself.

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by Jacqueline Widmar Stewart. The Lake Michigan Riviera is a stretch of lakeshore running roughly from Porter, Indiana to New Buffalo, Michigan. Most people won’t pick up a travel guide for casual reading. The author of The Glaciers’ Treasure Trove: A Field Guide to the Lake Michigan Riviera has a very narrowly targeted audience in mind - ecologically-minded travelers visiting the Southern shore of Lake Michigan. The guide book focuses on five lakeshore parks: Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Indiana Dunes State Park, Michigan City’s Washington Park, New Buffalo’s Lakefront Park and Warren Dunes State Park.

The Glaciers' Treasure Trove includes tips for lodging, dining and outdoor activities. Spotting maps show blueberry patches, orchards, vineyards and country produce stands. Ideas for simple preparations help you enjoy local farm fresh fare. You can get there easily by car or plane. From Chicago ride the South Shore Line. This is the book you?ll want to take with you to discover the hidden treasures along these golden shores. Library descriptions.

A Grass Roots Campaign to Make Lake Michigan a Mercury-free Zone. Poem written and read by Jacqueline Widmar Stewart, Michigan native and author of "The Glaciers' Treasure Trove: A Field Guide to the Lake Michigan Riviera".

Mike Danahey talks with Jacqueline Stewart about her Hidden Women books which explore Celtic culture and the significant role played by its women. Mike Danahey talks with Jacqueline Stewart about her Hidden Women books which explore Celtic culture and the significant role played by its women.

A guide to all Treasure Troves in Grim Dawn with maps of the different spawn points. This Treasure Trove is found inside the first Chthonian Rift in Blood Grove. So be sure to pick up the Treasure Trove if you are around. The Treasure Trove has 4 spawn points: 4 spawn points centered around the boss area. Lost Tomb of the Damned. Another Treasure Trove in a hidden area: the Lost Tomb of the Damned.

Your personal, behind-the-scenes guide to Lake Michigan?s sandy shores in the heart of the country introduces a wondrous glacial legacy for you to study, enjoy, and protect. Located in northern Indiana and southwestern Michigan, the 42-plus mile Crescent Coast includes the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, two state parks and two city harbors.

You will discover 9.4 contiguous miles of public beaches, geologic secrets hidden in the rocks, the birthplace of ecology, architecturally intriguing historical landmarks and ideas for environmental philanthropy.

The Glaciers' Treasure Trove includes tips for lodging, dining and outdoor activities. Spotting maps show blueberry patches, orchards, vineyards and country produce stands. Ideas for simple preparations help you enjoy local farm fresh fare.

You can get there easily by car or plane. From Chicago ride the South Shore Line.

This is the book you?ll want to take with you to discover the hidden treasures along these golden shores.

Comments (4)

Bukus
I really liked this book. I have been visiting the Indiana-Michigan shoreline on and off again since the 1950's. I never understood the area as a whole until I read this book. It is truly a first rate resource -whether you are planning a weekend excursion or the whole summer along this part of Lake Michigan. I especially liked the spiral binding and the easy to read maps. The colors are magnificent. It is just the right size to keep in your glove compartment. I ordered three copies and plan to pass them on to my friends.
Ka
This book opens up a midwestern treasure spot that is not well-known to most Americans but deserves to be: the sand dunes and beaches that are around the bottom of Lake Michagan. I lived in that area years ago and this book does a great job telling the story of why the place so special. The history is told and developers' mistakes are not ignored. But mostly the book is about the present and what's there now: good living amidst tremendous beauty.
Monin
Obviously a labor of love. A must have addition to the collection for the serious lover of "the dunes". Finely researched from an author who has been there, soon to become the definitive study of the area. Well written, glorious photgraphs, many by the author herself. It serves the first time visitor well, yet also enlightens the veteran repeat visitor or resident. A great gift idea.....
Mogelv
An excellent book that explores the dunes and countryside of Northwest Indiana and Southwest Michigan. I have lived in Southwest Michigan since the 1970s. Even though I thought I knew the area, I learned so much more from this treasure of a book. What a pleasure to sit down with the book and just absorb the history, gorgeous photos and heartfelt poems. I didn't expect recipes and photos of food in the book, yet that was one of my favorite sections. I can't wait to try the "farm-fresh fare."

I highly recommend the book for the first-time visitor, as well as someone like myself, who thought she knew everything about the "glaciers' treasure trove," but didn't. The maps, glossary, index, and the way it is sturdily bound makes it easy-to-use.

Whether you spend the week exploring the area with the book in your pocket, or just want to lazily curl up with it in front of a fireplace, I think this little treasure of a book will fit the bill.

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