Whatever the official definition of “sea smoke” is, it does not explain its effect on the human soul.
Read the 2021 Annual Report from the Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
The official presentation took place at 1:30 Tuesday afternoon at the Washington Avenue beach in Bayfield.
When five to eight-foot waves swamped kayakers near the mainland sea caves late this summer, life-saving help arrived just in time.
Kelley Linehan will work alongside Erica Peterson, who has been chair since 2014, and will take over the chair position in February 2022.
Together they put in a combined 20 hours of work and it shows.
For the first time since the creation of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, the flag of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa was permanently raised over the park on June 23rd, 2021.
The National Lakeshore is a family affair for Forrest Howk and his dad Neil. Read their Lakeshore Logbook entry to learn how they blazed some trails and made lots of memories.
For “contributing significantly to the well-being of Lake Superior and its peoples,” Lake Superior Magazine awarded its 2021 Achievement Award to Friends of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore.
The Lightkeeper’s Tender “Don A” is now on display in the Fog Signal Building at the Raspberry island Light Station. Over many years, volunteers at the Bayfield Maritime Museum poured countless hours of work into building the 16-foot-long wooden boat. The Don A bears the name of former museum president Don Albrecht, who came upContinue reading “Replica lighthouse skiff now on display at Raspberry Island Light Station”