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The Start of Summer, Lakeport Michigan
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It's the start of summer on the Great Lakes!! This pano is from the front yard of our summer home in Lakeport, Michigan.  My dad and his father built the house more than a half-century ago from the blueprints in a Better Homes and Gardens magazine.  I have been cutting this lawn for the past 40-years, the lawn mowers have changed, yet the pathway has always remained the same. I enjoy standing here in the late afternoon of summer, with the cool lake air slowing down the haste of a hot summer's day.

Copyright: Bryant a gilbert
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Resolution: 12000x6000
Uploaded: 26/06/2009
Updated: 08/04/2012
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Tags: lakeport; michigan; summer house; lake huron; great lakes; summer
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